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Vol. 15.
CRANBROOK,    U.C,   SATURDAY,     AUGUST   7,   WOO.
No. o4
HOLD A GRAND
OPENING
Kornii   Port Steele Browing Company Entertain a Large Number of Friends.
At Pernio an August 2nd, the For
nie-Fort Btoolo Browing Company
hint it grand opening of their new
premises, the doors being opon to
the public ami invltod guests all day.
The citizen's band discoursed music
and refreshments, both liquid and
solid, were distributed with a botin
tiful hand to over three thousand
visitors who went, ovor the new plant
in the course uf the day. This brewery, witli its modern and up-to-date
machinery, rost in the neighborhood
of $225,001), and is the largest brewing plant in the Kootenays, it has
a capacity of 2.ri0 barrels per duy,
and a storage capacity uf seven thousand barrels. The officers of the
A. Mute, president and manager ; .1.
n. Smith secretary treasurer, and the
directors, J. E. Woods, Pincher
Crock ; T. B. Martin, Prank; R. L.
T. Galbraith, Port Steele. H. B,
Hyde of lyncher Creek, were all present at the opening ceremonies.
SEEING b  0.
QONBRNOR HUGHES, OP NEW
YORK AND GOVERNOR JOHNSON, MINNESOTA.
Seattle, Aug. 4—Governor Charles
E. Hughes of New York and his secretary, Governor John A. Johnson
of Minnesota and his sreretnry and
Governor Marion B. Hay of Washington, sailed on the Princess Victoria
for Victoria at 0 o'clock this morn
ing. After seeing the sights of the
British Columbia capital the three
governors will take a steamer to
Vancouver, where Governors Hughes
and Johnson will start the journey
ovor the C.P.R., Governor Hay returning tn Seattle.
BAND CONCERT
The band program for next Monday
evening,   August 9th,  is as follows :
Sousa March, "The Loyal Legion."
Concert   Waltz.     "Sweet     Remembrance,"   P, J. St. Clair.
Solo for cornet,     "Kathleen   Mav-
ouroen,"   Crouch.
IMr.  Walter Miller, i
Selection of    latest hits from New
York and Detroit   B.  Lampe.
National      air   of    Canada,    "The
Maple Leaf forever."
Gavotte,   "In      Cupid's  Garden,"
Max 0.   Eugene.
Two   Step   "Old   Faithful,"   Holtz-
man.
God Save the King.
Ho was not sent over there to argue
with newspapers, as to whose ideas
he admits be may be mistaken, or to
announce tn an admiring world what
Canada will or will not do.
If Canada has a cut and dried
scheme of navul development, Incapable of modern development in conference with the other imperial pow
ers, il modification should be necessary, where is the advantage in conferring ? Why did not Hon. U P.
Brodeur stay at home?
A Canadian navy out of touch with
and acting separately from the Imperial navy would, as the Telegram
has repeatedly shown, be equally use
less for the defence of the empire and
the defence of Canada, in ease of the
empire's defeat,
But that the fleet should be constructed, organised, victualled, and
its movements directed, by the department of marine and fisheries pre
sideil over by Hon. L. P. Brodeur,
would add a touch of roaring farce
to the drama of Canadian naval defence,
Hon. L. P. Brodeur, as head of the
Canadian admiralty, is enough to
make a wooden image smile. If that
is the manner in which Canada 1b to
be admitted to a scheme of naval defence the sooner we divest ourselves
of pretext nnd withdraw our representatives from the defence conference the better for Canadian dignity
and the better for the empire's safety.   Winnipeg Telegram.
BOWS&R~BAGI\
Returns From a Trip to Europe and
Ottowa   Casis in Privy Council.
Vancouver, Aug. 4—Hon. W. J.
Bowser, attorney-general, returned
home today from a European tour
and a conference with the Ottawa authorities. With the latter he discussed the provincial appelate court, Indian reserves in the province and the
control of the fisheries. He says that
be expects the appelate court to be
instituted shortly and hold its first
session ddring the first week in November.
Arrangements have been madb for
hearing the state cases of the Indian
reserve and the fishery questions be-
shortly with the intent of a final ap-
fore the supreme court at Ottawa
peal to the privy council.
Mr. Bowser says that the opinion
of the privy council in the Burrard
Power company case covering the dispute with the Dominion as to the
provincial control of the water rights
in the railway belt is not final and
that the case will be argued before
the court in Ottawa in October, then
going back to the privy council again.
NICHOLAS GOtS
ASHORE
Russian  Emperor and    Britun's
King at ('owes   Krenoh Press
Opidiona on Meeting
Yaoht Raoing.
Oowcs, Auk i ffimporor Nicholas,
who is here on a visit to King Edward, came ashore from the imperial
yacht this afternoon tor the first
time since his arrival last Monday,
and, in company with King Edward,
visited the naval station at Osborne,
Their majesties drove in a closed
brougham,
Cowes, Aim. 1 Before returning to
the British royal yacht Victoria and
Albert for luncheon, Emperor Nichol-
as and King Edward visited Consiie-
lo, dowager duchess of Manchester.
Cowes, Aug. 1 The yacht racing
here today in connect ion with the
Cowes regatta showed some interesting events. The principal race was
that for Emperor William's trophy,
in which there were ten starters. It
was won by the German schooner Su-
sanna on time allowance, although
Germania finished first, Sicily was
second, Susanna third. In the twenty-three metre class White Heather
defeated  Shamrock.
Paris, Aug. I -Commenting on the
exchanges at Cowes between King
Edward and Emperor Nicholas the
French press generally is of the opinion that the words of the British
sovereign intimates that England expects Russia to develop her constitutional Institutions and express great
satisfaction at the prospect of closer
relations hetween Great Britain, Russia and France.
rascal who could glide through their
Angers, Today a couple of prisoners,
one of them conspicuous, (scape from
thi penitentiary at Edmonton and
disappear, notwithstanding the com
biueil forces of the criminal department. The British Columbia train
robbers nre still at large while some
other recent crimes remain unpunished as testimony to the increasing di
(Acuities of the situation.
For these reasons it is necessary
that orgaulaed attempt.-, at crime
should lie promptly dealt with Wo
recall the fanatical deeds near Modi
clno Mat a year or so ago This coun
try has enough to do looking after
individual offenders wit limit being
made the stamping ground of murder
ing organisations. The bind;banders
should be ridden out of the province
on a rough rail after the law has
dealt with them.—Lethurltlgc Herald
TAKES OVER ELEVATORS
THROUGH GAME
PRESERVE
A Trip Over East Kootenay   By
J. Hates, Deputy Game
Warden,
OUt   lie
and the
whereby
elevnt
A big deal has been closed
tWOen the Alberta Grain Co.,
Braekman-Ker Milling Co.
the former takes over all tin
ors of the milling company throughout the province, with the exception
of those located at points where the
Braekman-Ker have mills. The deal
is to take effect August 10, It will
give the Alberta. Grain Co. nine ad
ditioiia! elevators.
TRUCK AND FRUIT LOCATIONS
In the  vicinity of Crunbrook there |
are the best     of locations available
for the market     gardener, dairyman,
and fruit grower, the local demands ;
creating     a  first class  market     all
through the year for everything that ;
may be     grown.   Land in every way
adapted to the products Indicated are ;
available In     the valleys and on the'
level stretches about the city. Gran- :
brook is growing    rapidly and there ;
is a steadily increasing     demand lor ;
truck and  fruit and the products of -.
the dairy and poultry yard.
JAPAN TO CHOOSE U. S. FIRST
AMERICA TO HAVE PREFERENCE
IN TREATY REVISION.
Victoria, B, 0., Aug. 4 A copy or j
the Yamato Shimbnn, received today'
says that In discussing the early revision of the treaties with Japan Importance attaches to the question of
which power shall tie approached first
and the choice will probably fall on
the United States, as Japan's best
customer. Japan will Issue notes tn
July next to the powers regarding
treaty revisions. j
NAMES DATE PORT APT AT FAIR
PRESIDENT   TO   BE EXPOSITION
VISITOR TWO BAYS.
Boat tie, Aug. l President Tuft will
arrive In Seattle on Wednesday Sep-!
tember 21 at 8.16 p.m., and will leave
on Friday, October I, at 10.4B p.m. j
The president of the Alaska Yukon
Pacific exposition was notified today
of the arrangement and the program
for the president's visit will be drawn
up by the officials In conjunction with
the president's secretary.
TO VISIT KING EDWARD
-, Lisbon, Aug. 4—King Manuel has
accepted an Invitation to visit Eng-
land in the early autumn. The invi-
tatlon was couched In cordial terms.
No mention of King Manuel's rumored marriage was In It, hut the opinion in general that the subject will be
discussed,
MAY BE C P. R. BANDIT
MUCH WANTED PERSONAGE FOR,
WHOM BIG REWARD IS OFFER-.
EI), MAY BE CAUGHT SOON.
Los Angeles, Aug. 4—Chief of Pol-1
ice hishman has been informed that;
William Haney, a man for whom the;
British Columbia police are search-!
ing, and for whom a reward of four j
thousand dollars is offered is in Los'
Angeles.
Haney is wanted for murder and an i
attempt at train robbery in Ashcroft. I
While trying to escape after the un-;
successful attempt to hold up a train;
Huney shot Constable Decker and
got away. The British Columbia authorities offered $2500 reward and the
Canadian Pacific railway $1600 for
his arrest.
In 181)4 Haney was sent to Folsom
prison from this city to serve a term
of three years for robbery.
MISSPENT MONEY
CANADIAN APPOINTED
London, Aug. 4—Sir Povcy Qlrou-
nrd, H.I'i., In gazetted us commander
in chief of the Ilritlsli RahI African
protMtorate. Sir Percy Ih a Canadian who distinguished himself in the
Soudan and Boer wars.
BRODEUR'S MIND MADE UP
Hon, L. P. Brodeur scons to have
gono to London under explicit, orders
to resist any movement which niniH
at the direction of the Canadian navy
by a central authority. His fftate-
ments made in London that Canada
will not consent to the control of a
Canadian squadron by the British
admiralty admits no other Inference.
It might be well for Mr. Brodeur
to remember that he was sent over
to London to confer with the home
government and the governments of
the overseas dominions of the empire.
France is just now much exercised
as to its navy and is giving thnt department of the government a thorough overhauling. It would seem its
condition is every whit as bad under
the republic as was the condition of
the army under Napoleon III. During
the last ten years France has expended something over six hundred million
on its navy while during the same
period of time the Germans huvc
spent rather less than that sum. Yet,
whereas ten years ngo the French
navy was reckoned the second In
strength among the navies of the
world, while the German was rated
as fourth best, now the Germans arc
second In rank and the French nre
fourth.
CRISIS ENDED
Madrid, Aug. 4—The government
today Issued an otllclal announcement,
saying thnt the crisis of Spain is at
an end and thnt the country is tranquil from the Bay of Biscay to the
Mediterranean. The minister of the
interior lias given out a statement in
which he says, among other things,
that not only reservists but volunteers are flocking to the recruiting
stations for service in Morocco.
Madrid, Aug. 4—The Spanish Trans-
Atlnntlc Steamship company has offered three of Its hest vessels to be
used as hospital ships for the troops
in Morocco.
INVITE SIR WILFRED
Sir Wilfrid Laurler has been invited
to act as the principle orator for
Seattle day. It was announced at
the meeting of the Heuttle Day Association In the chamber of commerce
rooms yesterday that an invitation
had already been forwarded to Canada's statesman, and there was every reason to believe that Seattle
day would be honored by the premier's presence,
8. T. OFFICIALS LEAVE
Montreal, Aug. 4-The Grand Trunk
presidential party left this morning
for a trip of Inspection of the Grand
Trunk and Grand Trunk Western railways. They will continue the Journey
to Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver   and
I Prince Rupert, returning east on the
Grand Trunk Pacific from Edmonton
t to Fort William.
Additional Locals.
No program for labor celebration
at Cranbrook has been made.
O. Cunningham of Winnipeg, was in
the city Tuesday.
P. Jenson of Fort Steele was in
the city Thursday.
J. A. Hamilton of Toronto was in
town  Thursday.
H. B. Little of Spokane were Oranbrook visitors Friday.
The C. C. S. has unloaded a huge
car of furniture this week.
1 Chas. Far fell, a prominent, Moyie
mining man, was in town Friday.
i Mr, and Mrs. I). McLeod and family of Wardner, were in the city on
Friday.
F. O. Hudling of Medicine Hat, and
J. L. Brown of Knmloops were at
the Cosmopolitan Friday.
F. 0. DuBois, manager of the Elk
River Lumber Co., and J. Gray of
Fernle, were in town Thursday.
W. Montgomery of Vancouver, J.
Ryan of London, A. M. Andrews of:
Watrons, J. Kluhrer 0f Trail and R;
E. Sullivan of Seattle were register-,
ed at the Oranbrook Thursday.
Miss Stamp is at the coast this
week, she will be away about a
month.
Mrs. Warren DeBeck returned last
Saturday from n visit to New Westminster,
W. M. Frost of Eureka, Mont.,'
spent several days this week in Oranbrook,
G. T. Rogers left on Wednesday for
the coast. When he returns he will
be accompanied by Mrs. Rogers.
M. Johnson left on Friday for Spokane, where he will meet Mrs. John
son, who has been visiting at Seattle
and other coast cities,
Juhge Wilson held a sitting of the
county court in Fertile an Tuesday.
There were but few eases on the dock
et.
Mrs. Atlphant, who has been visiting her sister Mrs. Hugh Stewart for
the past month, returned home this
week.
The police Commissioners met on
ITrUlny afternoon at tlm ■ p.m., in
tne council chamber, for the purpose
of receiving the petition and report
of the Moral Roform association,
The following members of the Oat*
cbem Fishing Club were fishing this
week at Goat River : Billy Cameron.
Bobby Alkeas and Mr. Binning. The
pnrty returned with tilled baskets.
Good progress is being made with
the grading of Baker street, and It is
expected that the work will be completed by the end of the present
month.
Ohas, Harris bus disposed of his;
residential property on Garden avon-i
ue to Mr. F. II. Itosstter. Ward and
Little put the deal through us agents
for Mr. Harris.
F. S. Rossi tor sold his handsome
residence tin Garden' Avenue to Mr
A. B. Macdonald. The Oranbrook
agency put through the deal.
WIPE THEM OUT
Conditions nt Michel demand vig
orous action* not because .Michel    is
; in any danger but because hlnekhitnd
1 societies and similar organisations
should be wiped out hard when they
show their faces in this country,
Signs are multiplying of the grow
ing complexity of our society In this
; province. Crime is becoming more
frequent than heretofore and Its do*
I tectlon more difficult. Time wan and
that not long ago, when the mounted
police held the country In the hollow
[of their hand and     he was a clever
G0UN6ILMEETS
What the Oity Dads are Doing for
the Welfare of Cranbrook.
A meeting of the city council was
held in the council chamber on Thursday evening. There were present His
Worship Mayor Fink and aldermen
Ryan, Henderson, Jackson and Johnson .
The minutes of the previous meeting were read, and on motion at aldermen Johnson and Henderson were
approved and adopted as rend.
The finance committee then made
their regular monthly report and recommended that the accounts submitted, amounting to $11,573.02 be paid.
On  motion of  Aldermen  Henderson
and Jackson that the accounts of the
Water     Supply    Company,    Electric
light and     Telephone 06. be paid.
Carried.   Alderman  Ryan not voting.
It was moved by aldermen Header
son and Jackson that bylaw No. (jj
being the water bylaw, having received the assent of the electors, be now
reconsidered and finally adopted.
Carried,
Moved by aldermen Johnson and
Jackson that the water works debentures be advertised In the Financial
Post of Toronto, for three issues. -
Carried.
Moved by aldermen Henderson and
Johnson that the matter of procuring twenty new hydrants be left with
the Fire and Police committee with
power to act.—Carried.
It was moved by Aldermen Jackson
and Henderson, that the mayor and
aldermen Baker and Hunt be appointed a special committee to confer with
the directors of the Water Supply
Company re the immediate Improvement of the water system with power
to act. Alderman Ryan not voting.
-Carried.
The council adjourned at eleven p.
Additional Locals
It, is astonishing the large amount
of furniture which the C, 0. S. have
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wafts were
Cranbrook  visitors Friday.
R. T. Rrymncr entertained n largo
number of friends on Thursday evening.
Andrew McOownn bus purchased
the residence of Mr. Hurry Potitt on
Fcnwtck abeniie.
disposed of during the past week,
For Rugs, Carpets & Linoleums go
to the O. C S.
Born At Cranbrook, on Saturday
July Jilst, to Mr. and Mrs. F, Deanll,
a daughter.
Conductor Harry Potitt left Friday for Medicine Hat, where he will
have a run from Mncleod to .Medicine
Hat.
Conductors     Joseph     Jackson and ,
Wm.   Cameron  returned  to  work   today.   They     will run  between  ('ran- '
brook and Mncleod.
Mr. and Mrs, J. D. Mcllridc and
daughter who have been making an
automobile trip to Calgary and oth
01- points returned home Thursday
much delighted with their trip.
The O, 0. S. has just received a
carload of furniture this week which
they have placed in their midsummer
sale. '
Cranbrook does not. intend to let
any inland city go her one better.
linker street when completed will
be a credit to the city.
There has been a peculiar back
wardness about leaving town this
year on the part, of cfil'taln ambitious
citizens who have heretofore shown
no hesitancy in their Hummer (light j
to the bills, bikes and country.
A IB. Watts of Wattshurg, bus pur
chased   a      new   electric   automobile,
which   arrived   at Cranbrook     last
week. The auto is one of the nlCCfll
In the* district,, and was formerly
owned by the Prince of Wales.
TO VISIT DUCKS.
Ottawa, Aug, r> Hon. (1. P. lira
hum and Hon. Frank Oliver will sail
from England for Canada on August
13. Hon, Mr. Oliver will proceed
west and if possible will visit the
west and the Seattle, exposition. Hon.
Sydney Fisher, who Mi for the west.
a few days ago is to address a series
of meetings between Brandon and
Calgary and will then proceed to
Bucks, B. C, where he will be the
guest of senator Rostock.
It would bo difficult for anyone,
ho wove r gifted, to find language ado
i|ii;iie tn glvo a proper description ol
ilie beauties, and incidentally of tho
hardships, pertaining to a journey
through ili«' East Kootenay Game
Proserve.
Our Initial camp was made at the
ranch of Mr. Hmner, who, In true
western fashion entertained us roy
ally. As Mr, limner is a well known
gllido   and   noted   hunter,   as   well   as
nn ardent game protectionist, much
valuable information was gleaned
from our conversation with him, and
which we turned to good account in
our subsequent experiences,
Alter leaving Mr. limner's our next
camping place was near the mouth of
Brute Creek, a stream that marks
tho southern boundary of the reserve
on the Klk river slope. This creek is
famous by reason of its being written up by W. T. Hornaday In his
book "Camp Fire in the Canadian
Rockies," and while from a scenic
point of view it would bring delight
to the soul of tho artist, to the man
who is pushing his way through its
tangle of fallen timber and brushwood, it is more likely to be direct
ly responsible for the birth of many
a new and weirdly framed cuss word.
Only by the most strenuous exertion
was progress at all possible for we
literally cut our way throughout the
length of the valley through which
the stream runs, and at the expiration of nine Inbroiis hours, we were
happy to think that be bad reached
a camping place at last with six
miles of our journey accomplished.
Our next camp was a lovely spot,
right in the heart of the magnificent
mountains to the westward of the
151k river, the peculiar beauty of the
spot doing much towards repaying
us for our recent exertions and discomforts. High above us on either
side of the creek towards the great
hills, there grew grassy stepes, the
name of hundreds of snowy fleeced
gouts and brown coated sheep. There
it was that the famous hunter .1. M.
Phillips of Pittsburgh, killed the
great ram preseated by himto the
Carnegie museum, and it was the
very abundance of this noble game
that led him and many other sports
men of note to urge the setting aside
of this district, for the purpose of
perpetuating for all time tn come
the game dear to the heart of the
hunter of mountain game.
It was almost reluctantly that we
broke camp in the morning to again
face the awful network of fallen timber that already had done much to
detract from the pleasure of the trip,
but as we pushed on toward the
summit the trail grew better and our
spirits rose in proportion to the increased speed of our progress, till at
last, in a never to be forgotten, glorious moment, we topped the last rise
and stood, with the fresh western
wind cooling our heated faces, on
the summit of that glorious chain
of mountains, the Bull  River range.
There again the mystic spell of the
mountains seized us as we gazed
around at the beauties of which no
pencil, however weilded, could hope
to reproduce, hoping as we turned
the camera from glacier to frowning,
snow crowned clitf, that the mechanical eye would retain a tenth of the
magnificence that we, as bumble employees of his majesty were now
drinking in with all the greediness of
artists longing for the brush of a
landsoer.
Our way now lay down no name
creek, a small stream emptying into
the Bull River, at a point ten miles
south of the 60th parallel of latitude.
The trail down this valley, while'
rough running aloqg the steep slope
of the mountain did not oiler any
serious (distinctions In*the way of
fallen timber, was safely negotiated,
and Bull River reached by ft o'clock
in the afternoon,
Bull River, at tin- point were the
trail reaches it was rather tame and
uninteresting after our scenic display
but. the clear mountain stream was
ii welcome sight nevertheless, for we
yearned for supper, ami the river
promised uk that, for like true children of the forest, our fishing tackle
had not been forgotten.
Il may have been the infernal eus
soilness of things, or il may have
been that the troul wore well filled
by reason ol tin- roconl freshet bring
Ing down a surplus ol food, but at
any rate, it was long before a suffi
cleticy of tin' speckled beauties were
forthcoming Perhaps it would have
been amusing to an onlooker to have
listened to the imprecations we show
ered on the heads of the trout lucky
enough to shake tho hook, and with
a nit of his tall give us the gruo
some ha ha, but to us it was a sor
ions thing, something to be deplored
and regretted when this in all truth
and sincerity, mind you the biggest
ones invariably  got.  away.
As we pushed   tb up Bull  River
at I he expense of many a bruise and
scratch, wo encoimtorod signs of door
mid oik on every river bar, while
lilgli up on the mountains on either
side white specks donotod the pre
soncu ol goats iii abundnnco We post
Dd notices, as indeed we bud done
ovor since entering the game preserve,
io warn hunters against unwittingly
trespassing on tho grounds thai  our
gOVOrnmonl   bus wisely   set   aside      as
a refuge and sanctuary For tho wild
things thai make *■ Journoy through
this district at once a pleasure and
an education. Not once during the
ontlre journoy did Intorest fug; now
it was the frosh footprint ol a huge
elk that claimed oui attention, or
the Hand bordorlnu the river was lit
erally dotted with the Hacks of deer,
groat and small, while here and thoro
tin1 great puds of a grizzly showed
that here at least bruin had found a
place of refuge from the death denizing rifle, and our   hearts   were glad
that u. should in- so ordained by the
powers that he. that the wild folk of
tho forest had at least protection ac
corded  them.
Since the line of the preserve cross
es tin- rango of mountains separating
the Bull River and Whit.- Rlvor, we
attempted a crossing of the mount
ains by way of tin- west folk of Bull
River, hoping to cross the summit
into Squaw creek. it tributary of tin-
White and While a trail did olire real
ly exist there. we found Mint the
snow slides had almost complete!)
obliterated it. in fad the whole val
Icy is nothing better than n mass o|
piled up. shattered timber.
Compelled to leave mil horses we
tried to find a pass to the northward
up a creek thai joined the Bull some
five miles north of the confluence o1
the west fork and the main stream
There it was that we discovered the
stupendous glacier that gave birth
to the twin hikes ten thousand feet
above the sea.
Relow the lakes the stream. Issuing
from a dark hole it had cm for it
self through a snowsllde hundreds ol
feet deep and more than a mile long,
[loured In a milky, white Hood ovei
a precipice at least two hundred lei t
high, falling with the noise of a Nlfl
gnra to the black. Jugged rocks lie
low. then massing its scattered drops
rushing down the rocky mountain
foaming and throwing high its spray
to catch the sunlight, till the eye
wearied of its brilliancy and sought
the darker, more restful scenes of
rocks and forest.
It was a hard, arduous climb from
the lakes to the summit, fol flu
packs we were using began to tire
our shoulders, but our frequent rests
carried with them the keenest. en
joyment, not. only by the relief oil)
tired shoulders enjoyed by the ah
seucc of the gaiilling packstrap, but
also because of the enjoyment ol
watching the goats that all around
stood watching the invaders of theii
domain wondering the while. wi
supposed what ungainly creature;
like ourselves could possibly be doinj-
in a place that by our struggles vvi
clearly   showed   we  were  unfitted   for.
When at last we stood on the rough
limestone terrace that by courtesy
we called a pass, and looked north
ward to where in the distance, wt
could see the gaunt, bleak pinnacles
that marked the bead of the Klk rlv
or, the majesty of the scene had pass
ed the beautiful, the feeling of admiration hud left us, mid in its stead
the sense of our own littleness over
overcame all other feelings; we wen
dumb in the presence of nature, un
trmiielled mid uncontmuitiuted . hj
the man's sordid greed.
Only the wild things seemed pari
of the great, scheme ; we were rank
outsiders, and we felt ourselves so,
yet it seemed good to be there, to
be in the heart of things of a vast
ness that at once charmed and appalled, delighted, mid saddened, and
where that night as we sought the
blanket that was our only covering.
and gazed up at the clear summer
sky, we felt repaid a thousand told
for the weary miles we bad covered
for like Caesar we could honestly sn\
"Von! Vidi Viol."
UROVV'SNKWr V UTIVITT
Coleman,   Aug.   5   The  Crow's   Nest
Pass district of  Alberta ami  British
Columbia  is yearly  showing  itself as
the source of the    world's     greatest
coal supply.    Kach season sees one oi
more coal veins opened up and work
ed by mining companies at a profit.
The  increasing    tonnage of tho railroads      entering     what   is  commonly
known as "The Crow" amply eviden
ccs the Increasing output of the mill
es.   Tho      C P. R,,  tlie  first  of  thi
great  transcontinental    railroads    to
enter this district,    built it's Crow't
Nest   Pass  railway  in   1897 flfi.   James
J. Hill bus since reached the   mine.- >
through  the British Columbia  Smith  j
era  railroad, constructed   in  the year i
1002,   Only      within      the   past   few i
months I). 0. Gorbln, builder of the
Spokane Falls & Northern, and late .
ly the Spokane     International,    has)
built a line beginning at  McGillivray
and  running south to bis coal  mines,
later to be extended to the extreme
boundary line.
This rush for coal will no doubt be ''
doubled now that the United States
tariff goes into effect and thu oppor
tunlty to get coal is open tn all the
American railroads, ;is well us the
Canadian lines now being bui.li Cor
tain it is that the railroads must
have coal, nnd therefore activity in
railroad construction to the mines of
the Crow's Nest district must in
crease   each   year.
For sonic little      time   past   several
airvoylng crews have been in the field
iihoiit two miles west of Coleman,
ii ml rumors have it that the Great
Northern railroad or some other American transcontinental railroad Is
about   to enter the Crow's  Nosl  Pass
The charti >w   held  by  the  Cmiad
Ian Northern rallwaj Indicates 'bat
Coleman, or some point to the west
nearby, will be the terminus of the
branch hue which they will build to
tup   the   Crow's    Nest    Coal    deposits
It is a well known fact thai the
Great Northern and Canadian North
em nre working together and some
thing can undoubtedly be looked for
ward lo la the matter of through
train service over these roads
RUSH HARVEST
FIELDS
Railways Find it Difficult to Sr
cure Enough Labor   Hushing
Work- on (}. T  P.
Ottawa, Aim :j - K. j Chamber Un,
general manage) of the Grand Trunk
Pacific is here on his way to Winnipeg. While be slated tbut work
on the various sections of the transcontinental was being rapidly pushed
forward. On the main line the truck
is now laid to within forty miles of
I'M moii ton. Twenty-three stations
.ue being erected and the roiindbous
CS and shops were already built at
Edmonton. "Already," remarked
Mr. Ohamborlln, "fully one hundred
miles have been graded in the mountain section from the west end, and
i los month we are letting work on
lit!) miles more of that section and
probably one hundred miles at the
east end. Up to now labor lias been
plentiful, but at present many have
Hone to work in the harvest fields.
hi fact, I expect we will tie almost
pnrallsed until harvest operations are
over, The farmers in some places are
offering as high as five dollars a day
mid board."
"Aie there many settlers coming in
this year."
"Yes, they are simply pouring in
ill along the line. A great deal of
the new land is being broken now and
or next year. A vast majority of
the settlers arriving are Americans,
They are coming in by thousands
with their families and have a good
iltpply of money and start right In
o work almost the day they arrive."
RAILWAY  ENGINEERS.
Winnipeg. Aug. 5 This morning's
-ession of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and engineers was
irinclpalty occupied by the position
if the trainmen and their difficulties
■lorn a legal aspect. The delegates
nok a strong objection to legal pro
editions and severe sentences and
consequent degradation for acts that
A'ere not wilfully committed or with
Timiual intention. The discussion
■ulminated in a resolution expressing
lisnpproval of the present laws and a
request to members of parliament to
have the law so amended that judges
nay not have power to impose tines
ir imprisonment except for offences
irovon to have boon wilfully committed.
MEET COMMISSIONERS.
A special meeting of the Police
Commissioners of I'ranbrook City
.vas held in the council chamber, for
the purpose of meeting reprcsenta-
[ves and committees from the Mor
il and Social Reform Association.
Addresses were made by the several
oinmittees in relation to the sun
oresston of the social evil In ibis
uity.
The commissioners took the matter
under advisement and will report at
i meeting to be bebl next Monday
evening, or as soon as possible there-
after.
THE COLOR LINK
—•—
It is now understood that Natal
will fall into line with the remainher
of the South American British colonics and form a part of the South American Federation. There is only one
portion of the population dissenting
and that is the native who prefers
British rule to that of the Boer. With
the coming of the federation there no
longer will be a direct British rule,
ami m consequence the native fears
the Boer, who will form it powerful
minority and will have much to say
as to the policy to be pursued with
regard to the blncks. Now the native
objects to being deprived of n vote
but he fears he will have much more
to complain of later on. Hence it
lolored deputation has been sent to
the borne government, ntnong whom
;ire several missionaries who are espousing  the cause of the blacks.
SLIDES EXPECTED
t-juite a number of visitors and residents me to be seen eaeh day climb
,ni; the Turtle mountains on the
Blulrmore side and the general re
port from them is that the cracks
ire opening »nd small slidings nre
ixpccted all tin- summer In Frank
■nt it is not generally thought that
untiling serious  will again  happen.
EARL   OREY'S   OPINION OK THE
WINDERMERE COUNTRY
Vancouver, Aug.6 Governor Honor
al Karl Oroy arrived here this morn
im- mid left this afternoon on the
government steamer Quadra enrollte
to the Yukon. He changed Itinerary
here owing to pressure, and will re
main at Seattle. Victoria. New West
minster and Vancouver for otic week
on his return on Aug. 30. He will
dedicate   the   new   half   a   million   dol
lar bridge over False crook on Sept.
7, nddresfl the Canadian club and vis
it   the   Stupe   Lake   Tower  compnny's
plant.
He stated that he looked forward
with extreme pleasure to camping at
Windermere as he considered the lo
cality one of the finest In Canada for
the purpose. The special train left
at once for the east nnd will bring
Lady Orey and party to join the gov
.crnor general at Windermere,
SCHOOL TIU'STKKS  MEET.
\    meeting     of the school trustees
is held  Wednesday  evening for the
i pose ol passing accounts nnd eel*
tiim teachers for the ensiling school
nn
The following teachers were engug-
Princlpnl, L. .1 Cranston ; teach
a, Miss Crunditli, Miss Caldwell,
ise Hall, Miss Kraser, Miss fltew-
I ;  Alward.
WANTS BOX CARS
Hon Charles Murphy says a western farmer told blm he wanted to see
box cars built Instead of Dread
noughts. This man wits speaking of
something he could discuss Intelligently In this respect he bad something on several of the naval exports
INDUSTRIAL PKACE
The labor department at Ottawa
lias received the report of the joint
committee on the Hlllcrest mine dispute. It is satisfactory to both sides
and stands for Industrial peace in the
coal areas of Southern Alberta for a
period.
PREMIER To LAY CORNERSTONE
Ottawa,  Aug.    ft   Sir Wilfrid Luur-
been   invited      by     premier;
id    bio
 ruv iivu i'J [(lelTIICI.-
Rutherford and Bcott of Alberta and
Saskatchewan respectively, to lay
the corner stone of the parliament
buildings of the two new provinces.
The prime minister is being urged to
nccept. Pe*!   I.
TUB PROBl'EOTOR,    ORANBROOK,    n     (1
SATURDAY, AUGUST
^>, , •,      }    Ul4)C   I'rOOllCttOl.   been  wrved     every  depBrtm.nl    *     _       _ . .     .;.
ijVflTl nrnnk i "i •    '   i.n.i   i,   ♦   Professional   •!•
V^X till Ui \J\JS\.   ♦ kstabusiibd   ts»  mj  tin- i to  tcssit)  thnt no  Y *
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We ask you to cull and try
our new Consignment of new
ami Up-to date rigs for
Winter   nnd   Summer.   .lust
received Toppir nnd Reliable
Horses al your disposal,
(live them a trial ivnd be
convinced.
l-h.oia 47 Coin k. II 0
A. B. Grace,
I'UHI.IHHKII   AMI    EDITOR.
♦ j    It is geaerull)     admitted even
♦ ♦  Urund Kurks thnt .. club Hush is
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vision rati not been mntlu ill the
limntts., 11 ■' ihul o.\iiuii..lti .es an
thnrtMd services be limited Btrictlj
to the sum nuthorisrtl ;>> the cstiui
ntcs. The objeel is to prevent If pos
L,ord Chnrlos Ileres0.nl and     l.ady I*Iblo tho giuwins  practice ol  contln
Doresfonl   will sail  for Canadn     on   one >" '"»* upon spccll c projects
August  20th next. "Iter ""' I"'"'"'1 approprlat ions   navo,
.  .      . been exhausted,     nnd so obviate tho
Is there ., law     respecting noxious j necessity  ol  supplementary  cstlmatos   \\      |.'    (|(   |^|)
weeds in the   district?   Ii not,  why to  cover  the over-expenditure.     Mr
is there not such 11 law? Kidding     desires     to Include 111 ti
.   ,   , main estimates nexl season as ueiu'
\\.\H\ BY,    VlcCAK I EH,
am,   MACDONALD,
Uai'i'tstoi'b noil Solicitoi's,
CRANBROOK,   I I.e.
Ai'iiistrong  .\,
NEWPORT
delicious : 11 was a,, ureal sncrlHce (or Prince
Mlgeul ,,i Bragmuta to reuounce the
l'o tugese  throne,   which   I"'   hud   ni
11   you   »;uu
Chocolate     try      ili">'
SewportS  ;U  Tin'   Palm.       chant (attaining.
We  have   iust   received
us ma) '«■ il'-' '"'al expenditures pro
lectcd (or the ensuing llscnl yoar. Al
any rat,' he wishes 10 shift tho re
spobBlbllitj lor future dctirits upon
his eolleagues
1'iii'i'islrr.  Solicitor,  oln .
I'UANUROOK,  lit
iiis     scrap with   the   Montreal
tar sir .laiui's Whitney is trying to
e a nois,' like Teddy ltoosevelt
A good deal ol nttention has been
aroused bj  ., story narrated by   the
Toronto     News     as     to  tin- way  111
which the     Marine anil HTahcrles I','
[uirtmcnl  manages the Ushers  protcc
t h.n  ■<■! ,1, - tn lintain     Sc\
Sow II August will beluive as.hand    ,.,.,, ,..„,,.,„ .,,,.    enrried on tho little
large    StoCK    and    lire       iuiuclj  as   July, everybody will sing miiscr I'unnde   and It is necessary to
wtili ureal fervor tli.it  baautllul bnl    .,,.,„„,,   , „„ im,    \,,t long
lad entitled, "The good  old  aummei , ,.,,,,   .,,,, ., Keu
101"'" . nown  man,  b)   11 iuiis unlrlendly
to the Liberal iiarty, --<i tgested to a
prominent      Ani        I man     01
S..V.,    S.oll.l   tllllt    his   -oil   would        he
Suit- Ay;ciits lor
Clmnlirook,
THE  PALM
Frank Dezall
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
a in!
WOODWORKER
ituliher  Tires  Applied
To Liuggy Wheels
lOKNTS    FOR   CANADIAN 0Y0LB      ,,   ,, estimated    ,,„.,,.  will  be     an
AM) MOTOR co'S BICYCLES       inmlx ,,, seVent) live th, isund       •  ,
—"    '       . I Canadian   vest  'his;.,11 from the Un
Repairing a Specialty.       .».. 1 states  it :•■;■>	
Phone SO     '   •   •      I'. 11.  Box  813.   el   hnttallon oi  the army    ,1  settlers
marching [ntu Canadn
,11   1 hompson
HiU'i'lslor, Soliclor, an,I
Nolur\   I'liblie
Ofllev   Relil llulldlngs,
1 ■i;.\m;i;i'iii\. n u
Mi VI I I'll   ,\  PAHKEH
I', 1. N    A    I'   K
I I,' \XllKOOK,   Ill'
> ♦ Dr. Ii. W. Connolly * *
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I'oliiniMti   Aiwm-lnl  %
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0CPI0I    M   McKINSTRY'8   LIVER*,   BARN   4
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Oil,    . .    i Ill,,    01   I -OS.
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W. CRAKi
MASONRY
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Miniiio   I'jioinoi'r  and
lir   Land  Surveyor,
lUAN'HUOOK, I', 1'
I'lion,- '".'il
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
SI,nun   I loll
nil,  j,,y '   I'p to Hi,'  present  t
 I\   hue evei     Btarted to sa;
!■„,-  ,n.,y  l». Krii.atnr,'  hut   II   -1 -,     *   „, „,, ,„,
' -i''"'"'"1 """"l ,, „   the  Department   ol   Marine
' ' ' • and  Fisheries lnlormed him  thnt  the 1
W '  pulp  i-  i"  be admitted  free patri,lmK1,     Cmmltte,       ,1    Halifax   I'.n   I lux
into the United    States     rhis shows tk   thi.       t„und thnt the appoint ., n   Km  (III
thai, dui neighbors to the south have  Is,   ,„. ., ., |CI|I  ,„„.      .,„a I .!>.  DOX uu4
laid d,.w„ ::„.,1  band; 11 was onl)  11 rJU60d tn  ,,,,„,',„„,,„;  „„„   The  rcn    CRANBROOK   AERIE 967   	
bluti .„„    tms  you,,,   „,.,„  was  1
■ • • • ...as that his lather had las
Bull River Falls    has iron ore and    |ve part in the last genera
water power, An<\ i> local,',1 mar ila rtot ;,i supportin,!     the Con
coal areas of tin Crow's Nest, and ,l;t in organising 11 rurit)
may I,,' an important smelting poini ,,. ,,, prevent both parties
in the in .11 future to  1   propi      irarl
ami Kill-Ill  Wm l( 11
Spi'dully.
" u""k"i
Calgary   Cattle   Co.
Fresh   and  Stilted  Meats,
Fish  unci  Poultry  in  seuson.
LOTS     OF    FINE    YOUNG
TURKEYS JUST  ARRIVED
Orders h Mail will jrecivr prompt attention.
Order by  Phone, 45.
♦
1
Coal ami Siiirlv Ksiiniai,..
h'l.niisltisl L)pull Appllfll
11. ni
i-   Tonlii
Iniit,'
-.3P?"S."tS«
A cup ol BGVRlLisa (me
Ionic in any reason, but it is
valuable In nn.ny other ways.
A little adcled I" Hashes
and Stews, greatly improves
i!ieir (ood value. Try it when
warming Canned Meats.
BOYRIL
enay on another
■•■,,,   jnon  i n the
earlfihtp   had   to
, the last  time he
i hope that  it  tvon
ng i" the   K
,. Letd -..    then
luatains,
i'p  under   a   tret
.-,   Libi
--
ttion
■  . . ■
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v.   w.   \w\rx,   W. President
Wm.    Anderson,    Secretary
,\, ri.- I'hystrian, l'. -». Box SK.
^NCIENT ORDER',: FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 8943
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NORTH    STAR    HOTEL
KIMBERLEY,  B.C.
f
H.   W.   DREW,   Proprietor.
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CLOSJ GAME SEASON
July l.'.th to Stptembei   1st  and
must not he trapped south     ol
main line of the C P.R   In case
danger Irom the nnirania nayone
IllHtitled in Killini: one at any tie
Meets in Carmen's Hall 2nd aid 4th   ^VMViiiit.i.intiMf.iiiitiiimiMniifii'int^. "~~—~~^~^^^^^^~m^^^^^m*mmm^^^—m—m^^^^^^~
arsdaj ol each month at s p.m.     | Rocky Mountain Chapter f: ♦♦.♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
sharp.
A.  .Mt'l'owuu, t'liief   Ranger. |jg
0, A. Abbott,  Secretary
NO.  125.   K. A. M.
Visiting Brethren made welcome.
j, •■. in the Columbia, 	
electoral  ills ! ♦♦♦♦♦♦#♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 11
prohibited until     the   ^ *   ■
i
|
; -J Iti'aiilur lui'i'tiii.'s: 2nd Tucs-
le day in each nionth al olphl
11  o'clock.
3:
♦
Pound!
Sojourning Companions   ;u
I   Un 11
cctlon
strike
I John.
the
nt provincial bye el       Aml on Va
We I l,-;il ill Kvriylllill",  I'lnlll
il Nii'illt' to ;i I an iiiiuitivr
KIM I'll H. MCLEAN
DKAI.KII  IN
.Ml 1,'lmls nl'Soi'iiinl lliinil Goods
li'iiiniiiiiv n KI'K(!IALTY
UUYKK  01'   I'UK'S
Sato's (lid  Stand, Hanson Av
Ph,.M 361
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St. John the Sun went
.nil  lined much language     re
the official  Liberate of     St
Tile  St,   John  Stnudard     un
, kindly rnn.U- n partial collection     o
some ni  Ita gema of speech  as  here
I with, Camp followers, I.lack disgrace
parasitic   domination,     evil olomenl
I parasitic old man of the sea, hnccan
I coring organisation,  Hngrantly   hypo
critical,  corrupt nnd  Bclfsorvlng  nm
chine, degrading Inflnoncos, nnscrupd
Urns  mercenaries,     their  i>«n  greed
burdensome  alliance,   predatory    am
discredited machine, plundering greed
for their personal     prolit,  encronch
mont of this canker.
Referring to the reported fortlfica
tioiiH. of Prince Ituport the Montreal
Daily Star says editorially : "The
ritatement that Prince Rupert is ti
he fortified wit.li disappearing gunt-
and batteries of quirk flrers remindt
us thnt. we have entered the world ol
nations. Our sea gates must h<
guarded. Tho term inula of our grcal
itiiiisi'Miitini'iitiil systems of railway
will be particularly critical points ii
any trouble, and we must be able t<
hold them for the debarkation am
iMiilmrl'Jilinn or our own troops. Tin
recognition of this fact emphasises
ine line nt these great railways at
Instruments of Imperial  and   Canad
•ill
jland
The   editor   <»f the monthly doubts
whethei  Mr. Hooker has quite appro
♦  dated the enormous latent posslbllit
MAMTOKA  IIOTKL
tt'itl'li   in
j1 Ich of Canadn and especially of th
Y Sforthwest, not only by the openlm
X i| ol unoccupied areas but. also hj
Z ' bringing under mixed cultivation til
4   whole of the now only partially tilled
l-'lt-ut  Hi
nil   lii-iiii
of
(farms. At the present the opening ujj
Yi'tf a successful dead meat export
J   trade   from   the Canadian Northwesl
:* Ma hampered by the completion ol
1 projected improvemonts in transport
IDnsortm JXVI ♦ "linn, such as the construction ol
4 canals and the opening of the Hudson
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦« '..v route mny liavc developments in
  i In' ni'Mi   trailc impossible loi     any-
Francis Kdward
Corrison
-lor Ci'iiti',1 1( i ill   linn,I
It is also highly pro
that  the iliflii Hill,-- Inciili nt  t,
i.in-.nL' in Canuiln "ill he over
and  il,ai  a  remunerative     lu
y     in     til,- export of Canatlfai
.a ucrost the Atlantic will evont
I -tnl,llsli,.,l
the
♦
♦
*!rS   I'orilinll.v invited
[       %  ■£       W. P. I'h'i'.i'.z
"   II
nenClHR "   ■■      ■•   waaHClltn ,' { ^ Meets   every second and  fourth)
hence   ' ■;'   s^reuJn   ff^     , ! ♦ Wcdnfsdoy   at   new   Fraternity
y to its Junction     fflth the Ajhern   i Ha||    Sojol,ring Rebekahs cor-
■oad;     then.,     following the Altera!  X dlcllly jnvlted,
o-ol to the Miienn canal     the hunt-   4
i'•   killine or taking ol elk or wap-  • Mrs. F. E. Simpson,  NobleCrand
ti shall be prohibited  until the 31st ♦ Ada NI. Mickenbotham, Secretary
dav  of August,   l'lll
The hunting, killing or taking ofI
moose south of the aiind parallel of
latitude in the province except In
Columbia district, shall be prohibited until the 31st day of August, 19M.
Thnt the hunting, killine. or taking
of mountain sheep in the counties of
Yale and Westminster, shall be prohibited until the 31st day of August,
1911.
LOCAL  OPTION
PREMIER SAYS THAT PLEBISCITE Wild. CERTAINLY BE TAKEN.
Vancouver. Aug. n Premier Mc-
llride in replying to a letter from
Mr. IS. II. .Morgan and Mr. Spencer
on the local option plebiscite says :
"I can assure you it is the govern
incut's intention to take u plebiscite
on this question. At the present 1
am not in u position to make a public announcement in this regard. You
may rest sntislied that ample time
will be given between the announce
ment and the taking of the plebiscite."
After many years' experience in local option campaigns, Dr. Spencer
says British Columbia has made wonderful strides In its desire for the
people to settle the liquor question
.mil to eliminate it from politics.
Wise statesmen will do this.
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lliix 2112       CKANIIROOK, II. C,
Repent It—"Billion's Cure will
SPLENDID SHOWING
The lawn tennis championship cups
to be seen in Rnworth Bros, window,
are held by the following :
ErSagiiir^^eai
pr
On Baker tieet. one door west
oi Messrs. Hill & Co., the only
place in town that can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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ii.inpb of sixty-
iie years' experience—jrrowill Irom a small
linshop lo 1OV* arres ot'iloor space, from a half dozen
ailisans lo 1,500,from an annual wnjfe sheet of$4,ooo
lo one of $670,1100, from a capital of energy to one of
$,3,000,000, from obscurity tt» recognition as Largest
Makers of l-'nt'oaces in tho British Empin
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SUNSHIKE<»*^
was placed on the niaikel llie lirsl furnace lo be wholly and
solely designed by a Canadian Company, "     '!
We employ a consulting sliifV ol ftlrnuce experts,  who are
cniilintiall)' experiiueiiiiiig Willi new ideas In order ilial Sunshine     ..
Ionnaee   shall  not  have l„ travel  on  its past  reputation   for       |
goodness.
We buy materials in such large quantities Hint lis quality is
guaranteed to us. We hnie our own testing rooms, so dial super.
\isiiiu ol' construction is exercised down to the linesl detail.
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Rubber Dollar   Store
C, W. VaxWORMEH, Proprietor
HANSON AVENUE      •     •      CRANBROOK, B.C.
We Buy Everything
MOUSES, STOVES, new and socond hand  PURN1-
TURK.   CROCKERY   and  WEARING    APPAREL
WE SELL what wo have in stock at prices tliat
will surprise you. A visit to the Dollar store will con-
vini'f, you that we have the goods, and can save yon
liIt.y per cent on any goods purchased.
We Buy and Sell For Cash
Edmonton  Doubles    Championship,    T^ f/ XT        f     t
H   Garrett, R. T. Holmnn. txPrtlPufPS  ATP   NPPuPa
Edmonton Single Championship, II    *\CIIICUlCCt   <UC  1 VCCUCW
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STEADY EMPLOYMENT
Hie Torontn News in  it- ls«ue    ul
.fills  2Gth nnticos n     complaint     by
I'li'iliyuirluii       ! nmestond   settlei    ul   vexatU) ■    enn
fpllntlon   pi 11 ed *       ■.. ■ ■   appenn I
n     the     Ni thbrldi b Ni v> ■ and nay
I 1 ■■ limit nm.-t!M  Ki- M;i|.-i\'- Huyrl   "The besetting    sin ol .1 eovernmenl
W. FtiHiUPi'w ihipartmenl     which Inu to ileal with
"■*■■" — r r!- * - in M new ctinntry In lark     ol
TEACHER   OF 'orwfdrrntb.n of the mri   *hlch j   tl
V ' Itanjo, Quhar. Mandolin «% [Z'^XTlZJ^T,
mill       Siiiiuliii'il       lii-iiiiitii'iii-'.   ft,|| established the i 1 Hen open I
 - !,-- iiiiiiitj     |,eis,,ns    to use Inflcxlbl,
lx     . .. ...       "ile- nl the ilcpnrtmenl   fin   the put
Orchestra      Furnished       ]„.-,  ol worryine the Bettlei  i,,i then
..mi ..un    Ii i-     necessary therefor,
I'llone 35,1, CRANBROOK, B.C.  ,,,,.   ,  ROvernmenl  lo exert every   in
Un,'ni,' to    preserve    it- synipnthetii
side   .,,1  to avoid entanglement      In
the  die- ,,[ nfllcinllHm " Afiet  not
. ,ni the feature nl the complaint     ii
the   l.ellil.llilee   i„.,l'.|,a|,ei    the   Tomll
" to Nee.,   utyi    "II    these allcttatlom
eor a relialilfl     local salesman re   ,u,.  fnstllted  that     ,- preel ell     tin
presenting      I'anada's     iildest.    nnd  sort -.1 dcnllng with the *ettler which
llreiit.csl   Nurseries in Crnnhrook and  the irovern nl   should     diacouniRc
uilJoinlnK country, ' -pi,,, contplnlnl
The popularity of out  stock   which standing   mm i
\n   grown "ti llmcffton I, making cm provinces i
our      In   an.I      hushes  hardier  and   lands   by   tho
longer-lived  ihnn coast grown stock,in   is   nn nutri
is aeknowlndgetl by expoilcnned fruit. Murphy's position should he cnmpoll
gt'owen, led to Itiivo recourse lo tittawn t	
We     make    „ spcclnlty of growing    amis i,f miles nwns   from  their owi
■l,„k  for ItriliKb Columbia  nnd ship   locality
in carload to that province . . .  .
A    pettnrilirn!     situation  to  rlgli
mill, wifh territory reanrved,
I'av  weekly; free outfit,   Wille for I enrri
Wrt"""»«- •     expenditures even to pnrlli nl Is .
tone t Wellington w""ll'u '" ""l1"'",,"l ''? "", ""i"   "
leoiineii  recently passed.   TI rdor l>
TOMTHIMi NlinHBWH8  based on n report to council by tl,
Garrett. Were we   perfect, which we nre nut, medicines would     ^ps. ''".''A'yiJm <|«
Alberto   Single   Championship,    tl. : not often be neeitod.    Hut   since our systems have be- '-;•,..•   .*T'5:W  '^.
Gnrrett. Clime weakened,   iniimired   and   brnken   down ttirougli
Alberta   Double   Championship,    H. iadincretioiiN which hme gime un Irom the curly uges,
Garrett   C. It   I). Gnrrott, tkrouilli eountless (fenerations, remedies nre needed to
__^^^^_m__^___^_   ^__^^^^ ■i'l Nature in ciirrcclinji   our   inlieiiled nnd   otherwise
acquired weitknesae
In   reneb   the  Hent of   atumach
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^~ GEO. R. LEASE & CO,
11
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rt fe^ /*\f\ /^ A O T.T wetkittM •ml rmiM-niifiii ill festive trouble!, there is
?NQ ,\J^/ \>XjLOXX 0»,hi'1H »*> t*»oil '« Or. Pierce's Golden Medical DUcov-
T* ery, * glyceric compound, c.v trite ted from native medio*
i with |<real itttlsfuctl
niiipliiint, 1'iiiit in (he
food, Chronic Dinrrhc
i linie-pnivi'ii and mc
inal runts—sold (or over forty years with great satisfaction lo nil us. rs.    For
Weak Stomach, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, I'siu in the Stomach after eatlnff, ■    ■■■■■- cm->
A^ n.   ss.s\      urASlTrnTT        lleurlbiirn, llnd llreulli, Belelllng of food, Chronic Diarrhea nnd mli-.r lateloiid !   |it|r»JUIlP.:
So.OOtl JVlOJX X H      D'r""«"""1"'. "" "Discovery" is „ e-proven and most ell'toicnl remedy. Itfe&iiiiiM
•^    '                                             The genuine has  on  Its   _.   /*) »<> a,                      _ Uh     "
Good His, nt For Cnsh
SIMPLE ^—rr— STRONG
ill. itratc th,
to   the   weal
lenloo,   ol th,
ROVGI llllll'llt
men   in      Ml
Thnt  the governn I  is muklnu ni
it,hi  nl   lensl  ni„,ii the Miirfacc     i,
ni  Its pledge   .1 economy     u
TORONTO  „   nNT
ildeeuied by ii   r'   Government i
llllsler ,,f llnanee. suggesting thn
the chief spending departments he
niliilonlHhcd  to     live  elrlctly   within
You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute fur Ihis nonalcoholic, medicine ol' known COMI'OSITION, not even thou((li the urgelK dealer may
thereby make a lillle bigger prolit.
Dr. Pierce's 'Pleasant Pellets regulate und invigorate Blumucll, liver and
bowels.    Sitjtnr-coiU.'d, tiny granules, eusy to take us candy,
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
PHONE 114 KO. BOXSfl/i
Plans, Specification!!
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building   material
oonFttantlir on hand. *
AI.Sn fllDCOND   llANIi MA0H1NM8
full SAI.I'l   rilKAl' AND TO
HUNT.
GEO. P POWELL, Agent
Armstrong Avottne.
Phono 166 , Oranbrook, B. 0.
i c.f i. r.roT
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pPRlNC   WATftn   LFVCL
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RIFE   AUTOMATIC  HYDRAULIC  RAM.
Double acting ranis pump spring water using impure water ,is power to operate
them, Runs continuously and automatically, Pumping capacity up to 1,000,000
Gallons |«'i day. No wearing parts except valves. Ugliest efficiency of any engine
mi the market, From 60 to 00 per cent, developed under repeated tests.
Unequalled for IRRIGATION AND DOMESTIC purposes. Over seven thousand
in   use.
If vou are interested write  to or see  II.   V.   Parker,
Catarrh Cured
1 can cure catarrh, no matter how
long standing, Oatnrrh Is an Inflammatory affection of any mucous membrane In which there are congestion
and swolllng, elthor in the licnil or
stomach. Since coming to Bouthoaat
Kootenay I have cured over 211(1 ens
es. I positively guarantee a cure or
money refunded. Hummer Is the time
to get rid ol your catarrh, call   und
see me.
DR. TAIVHH,
Crnnhrook, B.C.
Residence   near   N.   A, Walllnger'o
I residence. T*f   *■
lANUUUUK
...     Stl
Hollow Orouud
As Illustrated.
Double Concave lor
Extra Heavy Beards
$2.50
3.00
THE RAZOR
NO HONING-
Ol     .'.Ml    111
Leather Case
$5.50
Carbo Magnetic
Sirup 	
1.00
Strop Aide
25c
CTION
•IN
10 UK
NDING
NO
MORI!
RAZOR
TROUBLES
Wm«
NO
NEW BLADES
NO
ANNUAL TAX
■ :   .:.
ilistru
September
i the It ni)
Lot   1055
Ml It'll
1909, for thfl pup-
Ernctton Mineral
roup i. Kootenai
declared to be
we
i< riiiitil tn iin- Crown ;it the tax
Kale held In the City ol Cranbrook,
un 'in "-ill day ol November, 1906,
I..i  unpaid taxes und costs,
The upset price ol the mineral claim
whuh includes tbo amount ot delin
quent taxes and costs al the lime ol
forfeiture, with Interest, taxes which
have since accrued, costs of advertts
Ing. nnd tor Crown Grant is $50.50,
which Is the lowest amount which
will be considered us a tender.
Bach tender must he accompanied
h\ an nccepted choque for the full
amount of the tender, payable at pat
tn Ue order ol the Assistant Com
mtaaioner ol Lands, Cranbrook, B.C.
.1    K   ARMSTRONG,
365
CLEAN   SHAVES
EVERY   YEAR
THE
&^tf$$
1C*
RAZOR
EVERLASTING
SHAVING
COMFORT
Will Last a Lifetime.
AislntuDI  Commissi
oner
ol Li
mils,
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'mull
rook,
B. ('
li.nt',1 tlii.-. a7th tin
y  ,,l
July
.  1909,
l'nililii'u,,li.  It. 1'.
81-1
I'KMiKlts    WANTED     Foil     THE
PURCHASE tiF THE  KUNNING
WOIiP  MINERAL i'I.AIM.
c
lARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS h»ve revolutionized ntor nuking- they are TEMPERED BY ELECTRICITY, which is
OUR OWN EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS-the Iteel used in their manufacture is of the finest English and
Swedish make.   This wonderful discovery is the result of years of experiment and study, and at last there has been
produced a razor that will shave any beard, NO MATTER HOW TOUGH.
• ELECTRIC TEMPERING addi CARBON to the iteel; whereas tempering by fire, (the only other method known for
centuries) DESTROYS the CARBON which Is the life of iteel. All other makes of razors must.be HONED AND GROUND
often, as their blades will NOT hold an edge any length of time. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS do not require HONING
or GRINDING during a lifetime in private uiei they are all tempered alike, every put of their blades being subjected to
the same AMPERES OF ELECTRICITY. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS are ground FIVE times by the HAMBURG
METHOD, the most expensive grinding known.
YOUR DEALER will deliver to you one of these CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS on 30 days' trial, without
obligation on your part to purchase—take advantage of this opportunity. Break aw.iy from the barber habitl You will save
$50.00 annually.
Call on our representatives in yoiif town, and request a copy of "Hints On Shaving" -This booklet illustrates the
correct razor position for shaving every part of the face (ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN FROM LIFE)—it also tells
you HOW TO STROP A RAZOR PROPERLY j should our dealer be out of them, drop us a card, and we will send you
one by return mail.
Firm of A. L. SILBERSTEIN, Hakers,
• •  459-461 Broadwav   N._y.	
AT THE CRANBROOK
II III ii IK STORES
TENDERS    WANTED     1''UK     THE
PURCHASE (IF THE   l'E.Mtl,
MINERAL CLAIM.
"HIGH FINANCE"'
Tenders addressed ti
ed at his office in tli<
in ttie City of Oranlir-
ecivert up to the h
Hit' undersign*
Court House,
.ok, will he re-
ol live o'clock
in the aftornoon ol Monday, the 6th
day oi September, 1909, for tho purchase of the Pearl Mineral
Claim, Lot 3035, Group 1, Kootenay
district, which was declared tu be
forfeited to the Crown nt the tax
sale held in tho City of Cranbrook,
on the 5th day of November, 1906,
for unpaid taxes and costs.
The upset price of the mineral claim
which includes the amount of delln
quent taxes and costs at the time of
forfeiture, with interest, taxes which
have since accrued, costs of advertis
ing and fees for crown grant Is $93,20,
which is the lowest amount which
will he considered as a tender.
Kach tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque for the full
amount of the tender, payable at pur
to the order of the Assistant Commissioner of Lands, Cranbrook, B.C.
J, F.  ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner of Lands,
Oranbrook, II. C,
Tinted this 27th day of July, 19011,
Cranbrook, B. C, 31-5
TENDERS    WANTED     FOR     THE
PURCHASE OF THE REINDEER
MINERAL CLAIM.
Tenders addressed to the undersign
ed at his office in the Court House,
in tho City of Cranbrook, will be received up to the hour of live o'clock
in the afternoon of Monday, the 6th
day of September, 1900, lor the purchase i if tho I telndeor M i nern I
Claim, Lot 4063, group I. Kootenay
district, which was declared to be
forfeited to the Crown at the tax
sale held in tho City of Cranbrook,
' on the 5th day of November, 1906,1
fur Unpaid  taxes unit costs.
The upset price of the mineral claim
which includes tho amount, of delln
quent taxes and costs at the lime of
forfeiture, with interest, taxes which
have since accrued, costs of advertis
ing and fees for crown grant is $77.su
which is the lowest amount which
will lie considered as a tender.
Each lender must he accompanied
by an accepted cheque for the full
amount of the tender, payable at par
to the order ol the Assistant Com
mlssiiinei- of Lands, Cranbrook, H.c.
J. I'\  ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner of Lands,
Cranbrook,  It. C.
Dated  this 27th flay of July,  1009,
Cranbrook, B. C. .11-5
ver Quistiou
sale beld in the City of Cranbrook,
on the 5th day of November, 1906,
for unpaid taxes and costs. Ml
The upset price of the mineral claim  n	
which  includes the amount of delin-;
quent taxes und costs at the time of: £ Startling TllHOTV   He
forfeiture, with interest, taxes which b
have since accrued, costs of advertising and fees for crown grant is $91.00,
which Is the lowest amount which
will be considered as a tender.
Each  tender must be accompanied
by   nn   nccepted   cheque for the full
amount of the tender, payable at par
to   the   order of the Assistant Commissioner of Lands, Cranbrook, B.C.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner of Lands,
Cranbrook, B. C.
Dated this 27th day of July,  1909,
Cranbrook, B. C. 31-5
rhe Sll
TENDERS    WANTED      FOR      THE
PURCHASE    OF  THE  GOLDEN
CROWN  FRACTION MINERAL
CLAIM.
Tenders addressed to the undersign
ed at his office in the Court House,
in the City of Cranbrook, will be received up to the hour of five o'clock
in the afternoon of Monday, the 6tb
day of September, 1909, for the purchase of the Golden Crown Fraction
mineral claim, lot 6406, group 1, Kootenay district which was declared to
be forfeited to the crown at the tax
sale held in the City of Cranbrook,
on the 5th day of November, 1906,
for unpaid taxes and costs.
The upset price of the mineral claim
which includes the amount of delinquent taxes and costs at the time of
forfeiture, with interest, taxes which
have since accrued, costB of advertising, and for crown grant is $53.50,
which is the lowest amount which
will be considered as a tender.
Each tender must bo accompanied
by au accepted cheque for.the full
amount of the tender, payable at par
to the order of the Assistant Com
mifmio'ner of Lands, Cranbrook, B.C
J. F.  ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner of Lands,
Cranbrook, n. 0
Dated this 27th day of July, 1909,
Cranbrook, B. C. ;tl
Was the demonetization of the sil
ver and the lowering of the price    of
the white metal due to manipulation
from wall street by such men as Gates,  Rockefeller,  Morgan and others ?*fject  \
According  to the       theory advanced   many
from an  American  mining  man  thls|Wordt
is   just     what     lias happened and is
happening.
"The movement is one of the most
startling strokes of 'high finance' imaginable," said the party. "It has
been the robbing oi two hemispheres
to enrich a few New Yolk men. This
is how it came about : First of all
the United States was puggled into
adopting the gold standard, high
protection and trusts. Other western
nations followed suit. The result was
nn immediate slump in the price    of   „,^Cl
"Howls are now going up In ;il
quarters about the slackness conseq
ucnt upon the fulling off of the As
latie trade. The merchants, manu
facturers, railroads and Pacific cons!
transportation companies feel tin
pinch keenly. Among the howlers it
old Jim Hill, who is doubtless In oi
the Jackpot, but who on account n
his oriental transportation interests
has been selected to set the ball roll-
in- by the yellow blue ruling at the
falling olT in trade. Many people
consider Jim Hill a sort, of tin God
nd what he has to say on the sub-
II start quite h stampede in
[iini'Lei's. Von just, mark my
words the tendency from now on to
have a definite, higher and more ilx
ed price for the white metal will bo
come more and more marked, event
ually resulting in such a clamor thnt
silver will soon he restored tn its
proper place among the coinage met.
als of the Occident."
1     Tenders addressed  to the undersign
: ed   ni   Ins office in the Court House
i in the City of Cranbrook, will be re
I reived  up lo  the hour ol  five o'clock
'in the nfternoon of Monday, the 6th
i day oi   September,  1909, tor the pur
1 chase   of   the   Running   Wolf   Mineral
[Claim, Lot 4054, Group 1,   Kootenaj
district,     which    was declared to he
forfeited    to   the   Crown   at the tax
sale  ladd   in   the  City  of  Cranbrook.
on    the    .".tli  day  of  November,   1906,
lor unpaid taxes and costs.
The upset price of the mineral claim
which includes the amount of delin
quent taxes and costs at the time ol
forfeiture, with interest, taxes which
have since accrued, costs of advertis
inn and fees for crown grant is $X9.9;">
which is the lowest amount which
will be considered as a tender
ISncll tender mast he accompanied
by an accepted cheque for the full
amount of the tender, payable at par
to the order of the Assistant Com
mlssloner of Lands, Cranbrook, B.C.
.1. F. ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner of Lands,
Cranbrook, B, C.
Dated this 27th day ol July, 1909.
Jranbrook, B. 0. 31-5
TENDERS    WANTED      FOR      THE
PURCHASE     OF     THE     LAST
CHANGE   MINERAL   CLAIM.
Tenders addressed to the undersign
ed at his office in the Court House,
in the City of Crnnhrook, will be received up to the hour of live o'clock
in the afternoon of Monday, the titb
lay of September, 1909, for the purchase of the Last Chance Mineral
Claim, Lot 1002, Group 1, Kootenay
district, which was declared to he
forfeited to the Crown at the tax
sale held in the City of Cranbrook,
on tho 5th day of November, 1906,
for unpaid  taxes nnd costs.
The upset price of the mineral claim
which  includes the  amount of delin
at taxes ami costs nt the time of
WATER NOTICE
Notice ia nercn) given that application will ii« made under Part V oi
the "Water Act, i*u9" to obtain a li
cense In the Cranbrook Water Dis
t rlcl.
laj The name, address and occupation ot the applicant Samuel MaCdon
aid oi Oranbrook, Machinist.
i If for     mining  purpo&esi Free
Miner's Certificate No	
tb i The name of the lake, stream
or source tif unnamed the description
Is) Springs rising of part uf lot 2^
belonging tu me.
(cj The point of diversion at the'
Springs.
I'll The quantity ot water applied'
for lin cubic feet pur second) i ot I
cubic foot per second.
(e) The character ol the proposed
works, pumps, pipes and ditches all
ou my own land
(Ii The premises on which the wa
ter is to be used (describe same) thai
part of lot 29 belonging to me.
(gi The purposes for which the
water is to be used,  irrigation.
(It) If for irrigation describe tla-
land intended to be irrigated, giving
acreage, the whole of the above des
(Tilled land.
(ii If the water is to be used for
power or mining purposes describe
the place where the water is to be re
turned to some natural channel, and
the difference in altitude between the
point of diversion and point of re
turn.
tji Area of crown land Intended to
be occupied by the proposed works,
none.
(ki This notice was posted on the
3rd day of July, 1909, and applies
t.ii>u will be made to the commission
er on Monday the 9th day ot August.
1909, at two o'clock in the afternoon
(1) Give the names and addresser-
of any riparian proprietors or licens
ees who or whose lands are likely to
be affected by the proposed works.
either above or below the outlet,
none.
(Signature)   Samuel   Macdonald,
(P.O. address! Cranbrook.
81-6
NO'lTCK
Take uotice that thirty days after
date 1 intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands for a license
iw prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following lauds situate in
block 4"i9:t. district of Southeast
Kootenay : Commencing at. a post
(Hunted at the northeast corner ol
lot tr7:tl and being the southeast coiner of W. J. Langley's claim, thence
north Hit chains, thence west X0 chains
thence south HO chains, thence east 80
chains to the point of commencement,
containing 040 acres more.or less.
Located  June 39,  1909. 29-4
W.  J. Uingley, Locator
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District  of  Bast Kootenay: Southern
Division
Take nodes that I, uliver Hat . ej
Barber ol Vancouver, B.C., occupa-
Utik real estate agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the
following u>M-ribed lands : Commencing at a post planted at the nurth
east coiner ol timber license ii.li be
iag ou the south bank ol the St.
Maty s liver, thence west ku chains ,
tlieuce north On chains more or les» ;
(hence down stream uf said river to
place of commencement and cootaiu
ing .(2S acres more or lebs.
OLIVER HARVEY  BARBER
May 1st.  1919. 21-9
CRANBROOK    LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay,
—*—
Tave notice that I, Helen A. His
cot, married wonun. of port Perry.
(Jntario, intend to apply fur permta-
slon to purchase the following described lauds: Commencing at a post
planted at the south west corner of
lot 3552, theuce uouth 50 chains,
thence east 4a rbains, thence north iiv
chains, tlieuce west 4U chuins, to the
point of commencement, containing
jftii acres more or less.
Helen A. Hlscox,
J.   C.   CummtngS,   Locator.
May  19th,  1909 2<
CBANBROOK   LAND  DISTRICT
District of  Kootenay.
j    Take   notice   that   I,   Itobert   Burns
I Benedict of  Mayook, occupation lumberman,  intend to apply for perinis
! .sum to     purchase    the following des
crihed lands: Commencing at a post
.planted  at  a  point HO chains west uf
| the  N,W.  comer of  Lot    Nu.      C425,
thence HO chains     south, thence ea«t
80  chains.      thence   north   SO   chains,
thence  west IV chains to the point of
commencement,   containing   Ii40   acres
more or less.
Robert Burns Benedict.
Hated  May   8th,   190*. 24 4
NOTICE.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay
Take uotice that I, Harry W. Mel-
i*n of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation
prospector, intend to apply to the
commissioner of lands and works for
permission to purchase the following
described lands : Commencing at a
post planted SI chains west of the N.
W corner of lot No. 1*425, thence south
80 chains, thence east SO chains.
thence north so chains, thence west So
chains to place of beginning containing MO acres more or less,
Harry     William  Melton
Datrd   June   Iflth,   1909. 24
qn
forfeiture, with interest, taxes which
hiive since accrued, costs of advertis
inn and fees for crown grant is $50.00
which is the lowest amount which
will be considered as a tender
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque for the full
mount of the tender, payable at par
o the order of the Assistant Com
ilssloner of  Lands, Cranbrook,  B.C
J.  F.   ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner of Lauds,
Cranbrook, B. C.
Dated this 27th day of July, 1909.
Jranbrook, P. O. 31-6
Take notice that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands for a license
to prospect for coal und petroleum
over the following landi
block 459:
Kootenay
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
situate
NOTICE.
WATER NOTICE.
hereby given  that an up
tlon will he made under Part V
the Cranbrook  Water dis
silver from around     forty-eight cents | SiTh7wator Act;'"l909,""to' obtain
per ounce.   The Sherman Act     gave1 ' ' "
some relief for a while, but as it was
designed to ease things down gradually the slight recovery it caused was
only temporary.   Naturally the slump
in silver caused     a serious deprecia- , g
tlon in the value of American silver j'
mines and of Hilver smelting compan-
les,   What did the Wall street clique I
do ?     They got good and busy in a | rj[.eejt
few years and bought up large num- |    (      Tho     [t      f     dlvewion . (1
hers of silver mines und smelting in-  , H      \      ,    ,   .      .        ".V*
tercsts.   They were able to p ok them ™J ^fffior Take ; the ban
up cheap.   Of course it wasn't Rock-  ot Mirror Lake
license in ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
trlot.
.(a)   The name, address and occupation of tho    applicant :  William    G.
Pcckhi.ni,     New     York  ('ifv,  in the
state of New York, U.S.A.
(b)   The name of the  lake, stream
■ source : (a) Supply Creek (b) Mlr-
,nke and extensions     to Supply
. Take notice that I, Harvey Hough
district     of   Southeast)land, of Cranbrook, B. (*., occupation
Commencing   at a   post {Rancher, intend to apply for permis-
planted     at     the intersection of the'
north line of lot 87X1 with the east
line of lot 8731, and being the south
west corner of J. A. Harvey's claim
NOTICE. ^1^^
Take notice that thirty days niter j
date I intend to apply to the Chief |
Commissioner of Lands for a license,
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following lands situate in
block 4593, district of Southeast
Kootenay : Commencing at a post
planted one mile north of the northwest coiner of lot 8729 and being the
southwest corner ol John Hall's
claim, thence north 80 chains, thence,
east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains
and thence west HO chains to point of
commencement, containing 010 acres;
more or less.
Located,  June 28th,  1909. 29-4 j
John Hall,  Locator, i
TENDEltS    WANTED      FOIt     THE
PURCHASE OF THE ELKHOIlN
MINERAL  CLAIM,
Tenders addressed to the undersigned at his office In the Court House,
in the City of Cranbrook, will be re l
coivod up to the hour of live o'clock
In the afternoon of Monday, the titb
dny of September, 1909, for the pnr-
c.linse of the lilkhorn Mineral
Claim, Lot. 2991, Group I, Kootenay
district, which was declared to be j
forfeited    to   the   Crown   at the tax'
Take uotice that thirty days after
(Into I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands for a license
lo prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following lands situate in
bloek 4593, difltrlct of Southeast
Kootenay : Commencing at a post
pInnted one mile north of the
northwest corner of Lot 8729 and
being the southeast corner of Arthur
Perry's claim, thence north 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to point
of commencement, containing 640
acres more or less,
located,  June 28th, 1909. 29-4
Arthur, Perry, Locator.
DISSOLUTION  OF  PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership heretofore carried
on between James E. Macdonald and
George M. Scammon, under the firm
name of "McDonald & Scammon,"
has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The business will he
carried on by James K. McDonald,
who assumes all liabilities, and will
be entitled to the collection of nil
debts and accounts owing to the Arm
and the Cranbrook Cigar Store. All
pei
feller, Morgan et al that, did this openly. Ob no. They had dummy con
cerns do that.
But here is where the manipulators
began to make some money. When
the silver market went to pieces, the
lowering price of silver caused a
marked difference iu the money exchange rates of China, India and other eastern nations. That is the bank
crs charged more and more for converting the silver values of their money to our standard. When, for instance, a Pacific coast mill sent a
shipload of lumber to China, valued
at say $30,000, the skipper wanted to
get |30,000 in the value of our money. Now the depreciation in the price
if silver had so lowered the value of
Chinese currency that the Chinese
buyer had to actually pay $46,000 for
the lumber, the difference between
that and the .$;{(),llOO representing the
exchunge which Is collared by the
bunking interests. Of course Morgan
& Co, get their share of this plunder.
"Lumber, which I have cited as an
example, is not the only commodity
affected. Every kind of American and
European merchandise and line of
manufactured goods goes through
the same thing. Consequently the
Chinese and others of their tribe cannot afford to buy anything from us
now, on account of the exchange having been put up to such an exhorbl
tant rate by the bunking interests.
What is the result. The mercantile
and manufacturing interests all ovei
Europe nnd America nre beginning lo
howl. They are losing u hitherto lu
crntivc trade.
"This      howl      was foreseen  by   file
manipulators. They knew that it
Would ultimately result in the restor
ation of silver to the currency of the
western nations and a consequent re
covery in price of the white metnl
There is where they will make the
big rake     off.   The silver they h
(d)
applied
The quantity of w
for : 2.74 cubic feet per second
(e) The chnracter of the proposed
works :  Ditches, flumes and  pipes.
(f) The premises on which the water is to be used : Sub-lot 9, block
4590, group 1, Kootenay.
igi The purposes for which the water is to be used : ordinary, domestic
ami agricultural,
iln If for Irrigation describe the
land intended to be. irrigated, giving
acreage : The whole of said sub-lot
9, containing 400 acres.
lii If the water is to be used for
power or mining purposes describe
the place where the water is to he
returned to some natural c
and the dilTereuce in altitude bit
point of diversion and point of
turn : not to be used for power
mining purposes.
tji    Area  of crown  land  intend'
be occupied by the proposed
None.
(k) This notice was posted on th
2:ird day of July, 19(19, nnd appllcn
tlon will he made to the commission
er on the 23rd day of August, 1909,
(li   (Jive   the names and  nddrcBse
oi any riparian proprietors or licens
ees who or whose hinds arc
he aiTected      by  the  propos
either above or below      the
British Columbia    Souther
Company,    Calgary,     Alti
Douglas, Wiirdner.   It.  C,
Chapman.   Ward nor,     B. f
Pickering. Wnrdner,   It.  C.
(I.  IL THOMPSON,
Solicitor for
(Big.)     William  G.   I'eckhutn
(P.O. Address) [Tort Steele. Hi
Form approved, Notice is lo I
poslcd  on   Mull   Itiver brldj;e  lot 300'
Hied.
orks
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days after
date 1 intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lauds for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following lands situate in
block 4593, district of Southeast
Kootenay : Commencing at a post
planted three mites west, of the north
west corner of lot 8729 and being the
southeast corner of John Devlin's
claim, thence north Hu chains, thence
west Hli chains, tnonco south 80 chains
and thence east HO chains to point ol
commencement, con tain ing 640 acre
more or less.
Located, June 28th, 1909. 29-4
John  Devlin,  Locator
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands for a license
to prospect for coal ami petroleum
over the following lands situate iu
block 4593, district of Southeast
Kootenay : Commencing at a post
planted at or near the northwest corner of lot H729 and being the southwest corner of J. B. Langley's claim,
thence east 80 chains, tlieuce north Hi'
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 040 acres,
more or lees.
Located   June 28th, 1909. 29-4.
J. 11. Langley, Locator.
thence uorth 80 chains, thence east
80 chains, thence south SO chains,
thence west 80 chains to point of
commencement. containing MO acres
more or less.
Located   June 2»,  1909. 29-4.
J. A.  Harvey, Locator,
NOTICE.
purchase the followiog des-
itribed lands : Commencing at a post
planted 20 chains west of she south
east corner of lot 5247; thence west
20 chains, thence south SO chain*.
thence east 20 chains, thence north
HO chains.
Harvey   Hnughlaud.
Dated  July 15, 1909. 29-9
CRANBROI K LAND DISTRICT
District  of  East Kootenay.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I Intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following lands situate in
block 45911, district id Southeast
Kootenay :    Commencing   at a   post
planted one mile west of  the north . 	
west corner of lot 8729 and being theljdm'e of   commeacement,     containing
southeast     corner of Goldie  PeepleV	
claim, thence uorth 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence south SO chains
and thence east SO mains, to the
utainim.' j
Take notice that 1, John Angus
Kergussoi of Cranbrook, occupation
clothing merchant, intend tu apply
for permission to purchase the following described lends : Commencing
at a post planted at the S.W. corner
of lot No. 1113, thence west 20 chainn
ihence north 10 chains, thence east
20 chains, thence south 8V chains   to
•.ii aires more or lesa.
John Angus Kergusson,
Dated  July 9,1909.
Locator.
29-9
point of     commencement,
040 acres more or less.
Located,  June 28th,  1909. 29 4
Goldie Peoples, Locator.
NOTICE.
liftel
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Rnllwn
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Ge.
C. P. K WILL BOOM NELSON
ANNOUNCES PURPOSE TO ADVERTISE  DISTRICT  WIDELY.
Nelson, B. C., Aug. a—At one of
the most important meetings ever
held by the Nelson board of trade E.
W. Peters, assistant to the second
vice president of the Canadian Pacific railway, announced tonight that
the company had decided to build a
big tourist lintel in the vicinity of
Nelson, place a district passenger
agont here and start an advertising
campaign of this city and district
similar to that iu force along the
main line
lu  passenger rules the Crow's Nest
mill
with Hi
that tb>
I"
■sons  having claims against     the! been buying in anticipation of n
Id partnership are requested to hie
same with Mr. McDonald, and all persons Indebted to the Cranbrook Cigar
Store are requested to make payment
of their accounts to the said James
E, McDonald.
Dated at Cranbrook this 20th dny
of July, A.  I).,  1909.
James  E.   McDonald.
0, M. Scammon.
Witness—A, B. Macdonald.
Into
Am
the mines and smelting
all Increase enormously In va
the recoverv will bo brought around
without a word from Wall street or
the buying of a single vote. It. Is
the most stupendous piece of manipulation over conceived and if i am not
mistaken Bryan and a free silver
(platform will waltz Into tho White
I House at the next election in the
states,
■"tip I. a
f. 3008, r,r
Bated   tlii.
on the highway no
I, Kootenay.
Ith dnv of  July,  190
l<\ ARMSTRONG,
Water Commission!
:.  on  an  equality | |,,hH
main line and  it   is expected I    Located
results of this, with the  ag-'
live  advertising   promised,      will
s un enormous difference to Nel '      	
and  the district,  Kootenai's hit-1
being no lotigei subservient   to j
e or tho main Hue ami the com
's tourist  tnilllc there,
night's announcement  came at ,
ial meeting of the board of trad
Take notice that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief!
Commissioner of Lands for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum.
over the following lands situate in i
block 4593, district of Southeast
Kootenay : Commencing at a post I
planted 3 miles west of the northwest
of lot 8729, and being the southwest corner of Wm. Devlin's claim,
thence north 80 chains, thence east. 8<>
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains to point of commence
ment. enntninine 040 acres more ot
less.
Located,  June 28th,  1909. 2^-4
WM.  Devlin,   Locatoi
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days altet
date 1 intend to apply to the Chiel
Commissioner of Lands for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following binds situate In
block 4593, district of Southeast
Kootenay : Commencing at n post
planted at or near the northwest
corner ol lot 8729, and being the
northeast ol Al. Page's claim, thence
south 80 chains. thence west w
chains, thence north Hu chains, thence
east 80 chains, to point of commence
ment,  containing  M0  acres   more  Ol
CBANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
 •-	
District of East  Kootenay.
—«—
I Take uotice that 1, Thomas Edward Murphy, occupation atntiou
agent, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
| lands : Commencing at * post planted on the north bank of the Hoyie
Over, opposite the N. E. corner of
lot No. 8745, thence north 40 cnains,
thence eiiht 2* chains more or less to
ihe Movie river, thence following the
meandering of the Moyie river to
place of beginning, containing 80
acres more or lees.
Thomas Edward Murphy
H.  Melton,  Agent.
Hated  June 3rd, 1909. 23-9
CBANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District, of Kootenay.
Take notice that I. George Welch
of Cranbrook, occupation railway
conductor, intend to apply for per-
mlsilon to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the N. E. corner of lot
B827, thence east 4u chains, thence
south 88 rhains, thence west 40
chains, thence north ('.■"> chains to the
point of commencement, containing
two hundred and sixty acres more or
George  Welch,   I.
■d  July lfi. 1909.
cator.
299
NOTICE.
June  2Mb,
Al.
19 OH
Page.
24 4
catoi
Notice   i
left     my
M. A   Ma
let   *    Mai
19
, hereby given that I have
outstanding accounts with
doiiald, of Harvey, McOar
dortnld, for collection.
JOHN DK/.ALL
Iln
Milium.i
tla
■xteildcil  nvi
mccessfully
TENDERS    WANTED      FOR     Till-
PURCHASE    OF     THE     RUBY
FRACTION MINERAL CLA'M
TondorB addressed to the undersign
rd al his office in the Court House
iu the City of Oranbrook, Will he re
colvad Up to the hour of live o'elocl
In the afternoon of Monday, the Gtl
donl   Sharkey  and
in of negotiations
ami the city which
three months and
(included by prcsi
secretary   Beestnn.
AKES GOOD  bread'
NOTICE.
_~_ti_ _
Take notice I hat thirty days nftei
date I  intend to apply to Hie   Chic!
Commissioner of  Lands (or a  license
to prospect  for coal and    petroleum
over   the   following binds situate   In
, block    4698,   district     of    Southeast
: Kootenay      Commencing    at   a    post
| planted     at     or near the northwest
\ corner id lot H729 itnd being the south
east corner of  A.   J.  Devlin's claim,
'thence  north  80 chains,   thence   west
, SO   chains,   thence    south SO chains,
| thence     east     80 chains to point of
i commencement    containing     Mo acre
more or less.
I    Located,  June 28tb, 1909. 29-4
A.  J. Devlin   locator.
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YOUR IIKIIItlinM Oil SITTING t ti X >M IS NOT COM
Pi.ETF WITHOUT V NEAT WRITING DESK. WE HAVE
THEM IN S OAK, QUARTERED OAK, EARLY ENGLISH
AND GOLDEN FINISH. A I.I. MUST CIO AT EXACT COST.
So   41ii IS A  SNAP ;  REG,  PRICE ¥10.75, Ni W li  32
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THE CHANCE OF VOIIII I,IKE TIME IS NOW. TO DO
TIMS AT LITTLE COST.
LARGE ELM S1UKUOARD $13.4(1
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LOUNGES.
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VALOUR AND VARONIA COVERS
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Nil. 711 IS OUR REST BARGAIN, SOLID OAK
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DIMONII TUFTED,  REQ. $3',.(Ill,  NOW     22  (18
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PIECE EQUAL TO THE ONE DESCRIBED ABOVE
11 DIFFERENT STYLES OF PARLOR ROCKERS WITH
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LEATHER. WICKER AND UPHOLSTERED GOODS TO
MEET THE SAME FATE, IN MANY CASES COST OF
THESE GOODS WILL BE DISREGARDED, IN FACT A
NUMBER OF PIECES ARE MARKED AT JUST HALF
PRICE.
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OF FURNITURE, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
PARLOR CENTRE TABLES.
YOUR FRIENDS ARE ENTERTAINED IN YOUR
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PRICE, $11.1111, NOW       8   1)9
THIS  IS  NOT ALL   EVERY CENTRE TABLE IN THE
STORE MUST BE SOLD. AND THE PRICE WILL UE THE
MOVING   FORCE.
EXTENSION  TABLES.
NO.   II,  KL.M, :, LEG, II FT.  EXTENSION        5   58
NO. 5, ELM. II LEG, li FT.  EXTENSION       7   118
NO.  130,  ELM, .',  LEG, 5 FT.   EXTENSION     Ill  IIS
NO. I2IIJ QUARTER OUT OAK, S FT. EXTENSION... 21 111
OUR DISPLAY OF EARLY ENGLISH AND GOLDEN
FINIS, I'll QUARTER CUT EXTENSION TABLES IS THE
BEST IN TOWN, AND THE PRICE AT THIS GREAT
SALE   IS  SI HE  TO  RESULT   IN THIS  LINK OF  GOODS
COMMON CHAIRS, SINGLE STRETCHER          i
COMMON CHAIRS, DOUBLE STRETCHER	
COMMON CHAIRS,   DOUBLE    STRETCHER, DOVE
TAILED UNBREAKABLE SEAT 	
DINERS, ALL WOOD, SPINDLE BACK          9'J   , l
DINERS, ALL WOOD, ROUND BACK      1  16
DINERS, ALL WOOD, PANEL BACK       1  48
DINERS,    ALL   WOOD, 8. OAK, SET OF BIX,   INCLUDING ARM CHAIR    11  1)8
DINERS, ALL WOOD, SOLID OAK B E, SET OF SIX
INCLUDING ARM CHAIR     15  80
DINERS, ALL WOOD, SOLID OAK, O. O. QUARTERED, SET OF SIX, including arm chair     24 58
DINERS,    LEATHER    SEAT,    SOLID  OAK,  G.   O.
QUARTERED, set ol nil Including arm olmir...   18 6(1
DINERS, LEATHER    SEAT,     SOLID    OAK,    G. O.
QUARTERED, net of all including arm chuir...   33 38
DINERS., LEATHER BOX SEAT, SOLID OAK, G. O.
QUARTERED, set of all including arm chair ...   34 08 < >
DINERS, LEATHER BOX SEAT AND BACK,  SOLID
OAK, O. O. Quartered, set of 6 with arm chair  32 48  ',',
DINERS, LEATHER SEAT, S OAK, B  E    23 60
DINERS, LEATHER BOX, S OAK, E E, G. O. QUART
ERED OAK, set of all, Including arm chair...   24 88
ROCKERS.
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GlIING
EARLY.
THE    Fll
HAY    III'' THE    SALE    So    COME
ROCKER, ALL WOOD, NURSE  98  4}[
ROCKERS, ALL WOOD, NURSE, BRACE ARM   I   16
ROCKER,  ALL WOOD,     NURSE,  BRACE  ARM  AND
HIGH  BACK   I   48   4»
ROCKER, ALL WOOD, BOSTON   2  118
ROCKER, ALL WOOD, WITH ARM   2 34   4)]
ROCKER, ALL WOOD, WITH ARM   2  46
I    ROCKER, ALL WOOD, WITH ARM, COBLBR HEAT.. 2 54  $< >
HOW    IS    THIS
Entire Bedroom Furnished for $24.98
S24.98
1 N" in" BRASS TP.IMKIl BED, 3 I.
I Mi ; GUARANTEED NOT TO BA
1 Nn   18 COTTON FELT MATTRBH
OSTERMOORi
I  NO   2081  DRESSER AND STAND
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4, (EQUAL TO AN
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$24.98
...
Don't Miss this Money Saving, Complete
Bedroom Outfit, Regular Price, $40.50
Watch for Subsequent
Bills
THERE ARE MANY LINES WHICH SPACE WILL NOT
PERMIT US TO GIVE YOU DETAILED PRICES ON, BUT
BE    CONVINCED    THAT  EVERYTHING  IN OUR   STORE
CLASSED  AS  FURNITURE     WILL HAVE A PRIQE    TO
CORRESPOND    WITH    THE GOODS THAT HAVE  BEEN
PRICED ON THIS SHEET.
WATCH FOR SUBSEQUENT BILLS FOR PRICES ON
STOVES, CARPETS, RUGS, BLANKETS, CROCKERY,
HIGH chairs, COMMODE CHAIRS. SECTIONAL   BOOK
CASES,   CHIFFONIERS  AND BUREAUS,  WHICH  GOODS
A111'l NOW ON SALE.
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|- secures to you a BRITISH  COLUMBIA   FARM
f to the British Columbia   Southern:  Columbia  and
»j Kootenay and Western Railway  Company's   Land
« Grants,     fhese lands are eminently suited lor  thr
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I those Grants, are tillered foi  sale in blocks of from
• 640 acres upward.
I GOOD SHIPPING FACILITIES SCENERY UNSURPASSED
Apply tn the address as shown on the attached  coupon
for Maps, Application Forms, Regulations and Literature
Desk i.;
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Asst. to jnd Vice President;
Calgary, Alberta.
Please send me all facts pertaining to vnur kinds in H. <'.
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FERNIE.
C. R   WAR >.  Manager 0, J. LITTLB, Secretary.
The Up nbrook Agency Oo.
(EAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, EMPLOYMENT
l'110.Mr: 280 P. 0. BOX IB
Granbcook, - - B. C.
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DISTRICT LEDGER.
Messrs. Whimster ami McDonald
spent Sunday visiting friends In
Moyic   girls !
F. D. Moure, K.C., of Lindsay,
Ont., spent a day hero this week visiting Mrs. Ambrey.
Miss Wllmu Hicks returned from
Oalgary on Thursday.
Chief McDougall returned this week
with u line new team of greys for
the tire department. Very few cities
the size of Pernio eun boast of it tire
equipment luilf as good as the one
here.
T. E. Oakley is spending a few
weeks with friends at Fort  William.
The city police have removed their
headquarters from the Johnson-Falconer block to the new city hall, and
the city clerk expects that he will be
able to move into his new offices In
the early part of next week,
Three months of this year have Rone and you i re run
right down!   If you are "played out" in 3 month* how
can you hope to ktep up for the resf ol the year?   Kc d
the following story from B C. and receive the hope it gives to
every weary, worn and played-out man and woman.
COULD SCARCELY GET AROUND
"Mrs. Worden has taken four boltlds ol PSYCHINE and il has made a new
woman of her. lictorc she stoned lo tako PSYCHINE she could scarcely gel arom d
to do her work, ami now she can do It without f.eliiiK the least fatigue. 1 will
Mrunglv recommend PSYCHINE lo ant ,,ne.   It will relieve their suffering."
W. J. WORDEN, Works Point Barracks, Victoria, B.C.
Till, UlUKt what 1'HYl IIISIO mn In'onOi'il lo do. Tlioliml il„ of wears' toller* hate prftlm il
Goil t.n PSYCtllNIC, I in> Oral mi i.l T.n.n, anil many wen, all the vorm of decline l)efor„ lln'j
lienril or It. Hill in, I,I,Hit how far gone, I'SYCIIINH hut proved twill' (rli'lld anil wrought
dalirennce. IWIIIN K ITOos tn tin, Befit of the tr,,nlil«, ami whlln It la urmtliiK Itiili, ■*•-•■
Blood, It attiinki any d,»ua«ud parte nf ii,» Throat, l.unKi. intent »ud Hunniioh. PSYCIIINIC
rlghtlytnnl'liHIlio Lltln given i» >,y Ihonuanus, viz., tin,l(Great Tonlo Hauler." PSYCHINK Is
IdKlllyrouoi adodbytho Meilieil I'r rerieiotl litmuiMOOf UngrclTonioproperties*lleruatfii,
l.n alMieliln und glVOB HOW liln whon nil elm, Iiau
lolled.
All DriiKKlila and Hln.ni roll PSYORINR ,,t
lOeand Jl.llO11liottlo,   Solid to Dr. T. A.HI.OOUM, r.
limited, Horatio, tor a FlUaH TRIAL, l_]
P5W4HNE
lnrrii;iHiHiiiiirfi(':i:'Mr.i;j]i;:(M
TOO MANY APPLES ON A TREE
An Important port ol tho science of
apple e.rnwine; in the f'rnnhronk district Is the propel' thinning, out of
tho fruit. If this is neglected there
Is danger thnt. the Increasing weight
will hrenk down the trees iinil Impair
their productive enpnclty the lollow
Ing year,   Apples     that arc allowed
to    mature     under nnturn'n riotous
trrowth are never of the best quality,
To   persons   Inexperienced    In     the |
science    ol    apple growing it would
seem u pity thus deliberately to do-
Btroy the equivalent of a large mini-'
her of boxes of fruit, but It Is best 1
to do it, in Inct the grower enn not
Afford not to do It.
FERNIE FREE PRESS.
For a yearling Greater Fertile is no
amall city.
J. Scott, of the Napance harbor
shop, was visiting In Knlispel this
week.
There is practically a mile ol trench
dug tor the water pipe line already.
ThiB in about one third of the total
length of the ditch.
Mrs, 0. i\ Wright bad to undorgo
un operation In the Pernle hospital
on Wednesday. She is recovering
nicely.
W. A. Buchanan, editor of the Lcth-
bridge Herald, and M.P.P., will bo
present at the hoard ot trade ban
quet on Monday night. He has hud
a room reserved at the King Edward.
The Cranbrook Light & Power Co.,
has decided that it will he good hUH
Iness to sell power to consumers in
Cranbrook during the day time. If it
will he profitable in Cranbrook, it
should be a mint In Kernic.
The city band gave one of their en
joyable concerts on Victoria Ave, on
Sunday evening, The band, undfli
the efficient leadership of Prof, Pasta
is improving rapidly and will soon
he equal, if not superior, to the organisation we had before the lire.
The band bus hooked a number of
gagements in adjoining towns for the
near tutu to and nre rapidly making
a name for themsolvos as musicians,
ORESTON BBVIBW
Fred Watson left for Cranbrook on
Wednesday to take up n position
with the Maui Kootonny Lumber Co.
Roht. Long has Clover on bis ranch
over six feet in liolglit. This is on
Hon -irrigated soil,
Messrs, Watson, the well known
Oreston ranchers, are about: to cm
bark lu n business that should ho a
pnyhig one, They intend shortly t<>
erect, a canning factory and to insial
a modern canning machine with     a
particular corner of the earth. There
is scarcely a man looking for land
who lias not been advised to keep
bis eyes on Creston, but many havi
been scared away because some ol
the real estate men in Nelson are the
biggest liars in the world. They tell
some awful stories about the mosquitoes, etc., etc., and then some but
they neglect to tell them that they
have to borrow Creston fruit any old
time they want to make an exhibit,
MICHEL   REPORTER.
K. J. Black and ,J. B, Turnoy of
Fertile were at the Great Northern on
Tuesday.
W. C. Kavanaiigh, wife and dntlght
er have taken up residence in L, W
Krih's new house on Northern Ave.
Jimmy Began is around on crutches
this week, the result of slipping and
breaking a hone in his ankle.
The outside papers give great pr
minence to a reported Black Hand
scare, and from the tenor of the remarks Michel would appear to be an
armed camp. Nothing could he further from the truth. It is a fact that
some live people received these so-
called Black Hand letters, but from
the manner of tho holdups it looks
more like nn amateur attempt at extortion than the genuine article.
Inspector Hopkins of the government Building Department was here
yesterday looking over the new school
house and jail,
A horse, belonging to Slegel «\i Co.,
was struck by the westbound express
yesterday morning ami injured bo
seriously it bad to be shot.
J. E. Boyd of Winnipeg, will open
u gents furnishing store next week
in the Clrent Northern block, in the
store lately occupied by A, Kennedy.
Some move is evidently in progress
by the C.P.R, people, as a number of
their men have been engaged nt new
Michel.
MOYIE LEADER
home     from Victorln
attending the teacher
li'i'ild
nd i
across they con
, Inrgor plant
ami   VOgetahlOF
capacity of one to
tho business prove
template bulldlni
Thev will emi fru
of all kinds.
There are some real estate men i
Nelson who are dreading the ai
Vnncement of Creston nnd so the
go out of   their     way to knock th
Miss Plko a
where she win
convention.
Miss Annie Attwood is now holding
u position in tho Moyic postofHco.
,). A. Harvey is now comfortably
settled in his new law olllce ju tho
imperial bank building In Vancouver,
and he and bis partner B. 9, Taylor,
are doing all the business they call
well take care of,
A. K. Haggon, editor of the Bevel
stoke Obsei'Vor, was arrested lately,
charged with obtaining money by
false pretences iu connection with an
insurance premium paid him by Llio
Mundy Lumber Company.
"I hit ih" of Cranbrook in running
a moving picture show In North Van
conver,
J, Iv Augers, also well known in
Moyic and Crnnhrook, is doing   well
In  the   real    estate      business  in   Van
Mfitlindifit Ohuroli.
AUGUST S.
Mr.   James Moyes  from China  will
conduct the morning service.
Members  ami  friends are  requested
make an effort to he present,
all who can attend. Visitors passing
through the city are always accorded
a  welcome.
The pastor will preach at 7.III). Subject ; By their fruits ye shall know
them.
Open air service, weather permitting, on  Baker street at 8.46.
League Prayer Meeting before the
service at seven.
Monday Mission Band of the united churches will hold service at the
Standard Lumber Company mill at
eight.
Tuesday Epworth League. Subject,
Marcus AurelHis, by the president,
Wednesday -Garden party on the
parsonage lawn at eight. Ice cream
ami other good things. All are invited to spend a pleasant evening
with us on the lawn. The summer will
soon be gone, so enjoy the social sea
son out of doors while possible.
Thursday Church prayer service n(
eight.
Friday   Choir practice at H.Illl.
Baptist Church.
CRANBROOK
HOTEL
p Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection \,
lw
iK       ■      Nottrcst lo. l'ftllroiul depot,    tins uccomnio-
'" dations   for   llm   public   unequalled   in
dninbi'ook.
j) HOGGARTH & ROLLINS
Hot and Cold Balhs Proprietors
/•Mountain Moving Faith" will he
the morning subject of Pastor King's
sermon, and "The Passing Plus the
Permanent," at the evening service.
A cordial     christian welcome to all.
Public worship at 11 a, m. and
7.30 p.m.
Ilible classes with young men's Balnea and young Indies' Pbihtthea class
es, :i. p. m.
Midweek meeting, Wednesday at X
p. m. ; Young Peoples' meeting on
Friday evening at S p. m,
SOCIAL AND MORAL REFORM
DELEGATION    TO    MBBT  POLICE
COMMISSIONERS,
A delegation appointed to meet the
Moral and social reform council ol
Cranbrook will meet the police commissioners on Friday afternoon at
three o'clock in the city council chambers to present the petition of pro
perty owners asking tho enforcement
of the law relating to tho social evil
The following gentlemen compose
tho delegation : .1. K. Armstrong, Dr.
E, VV. Connolly, 0. W, Pntmoro, Rev.
C, ii. Main, W, <;. Morton, .1. K
Kennedy and K. McKonna,
PORT 3TJSEL MINlNd A SMELTING COMPANY
Last     week's      issue   of   the   British
Columhin Gnssetto gives notice or the
■ogistration of tho Port Steele Mln
ug & Smelting Company, with n
jjipltal of one million dollars. This
s Hie company which bought in the
Sullivan group mines and smelter in
I he recent sheriff's sale held in Crnnhrook.
The shares of the company aro rat
I iii one dollar per shnt'O.
NKW Tnin'BDOEH
London, Aug. ■( The government Is
uhoitl in commence the manufacture
ol new torpedoes said to be a great
Improvement ovoi the existing type.
These Instruments will have a speed
of about thirty knots an hour and a
range of live miles They will he uh
ed principally from submerged tubes
on battleships and cruisers,
BhYOJPS VISIT
CZAR GREETS KING
Official  welcome  more  imposing than
before is given the rulers.
Cowes, August ■( The Russian Imperial yacht Standuit. bringing the
j emperor and the empress from Cher
| bourg to Cowes on u visit to King
Edward, anchored, in tho Cowes
roadstead shortly before one o'clock
today.
The two rulers were given an official welcome even more imposing than
usually attends such important event
Not only were King Edward and
Queen Alexandra, the prince and
princess of Wales and a large gathering of other members of the royal
family present to greet their guests,
but fifteen of the pick of the British
war fleet, dressed in tings from stem
to stern, and Hying the Russian ensign, encircled the anchorage allotted
to the Standnrt. The presence of the
British foreign secretary, Sir Edward
(Irey, M. Iswolsky, the Russian minister of foreign affairs, and Count
Von Benckendorf, the Russian nmbns
sudor to tireat Britain, further emphasised the significance attached
in the diplomatic world to this visit
of   the   Russian  emperor  to   England
The unusual welcome of this morning was arranged designedly for the
double purpose of helping to
strengthen the links in the i hum
binding Croat Britain, France, and
Russia in a triple entente, and to dis
stpate continual ill feeling engendered
by the harsh denunciation nf Emperor Nicholas and bis methods bo fre
quontly vented by the members of tho
labor party, both in and out of par
(lament, since the coming of tin om
pcror first  was announced.
King Edward and Queen Alexandra
went on hoard the loyal Yacht Vic |
torln and Albert and met the S'nu ,
dart, outside of Spitbead, King Ed ,
ward went over to the Standnrt nnd
welcomed bis guests, and then con !
veyed them to the Victoria and Al !
hert, whore luncheon was served.
After the repast the two sovereign
reviewed the assembled Heels (ion
the   Victoria  and   Albeit.
C. P. R. EARNINGS
Montreal,  Aug.  3  C.P.R,  earnings
for the period ending July 31 increas-
$280,000 over the same period last
year while those of the 0. T. R. increased  164,000,
TO RENT.
."> roomed Cottage, close to the
new school, Electric light, water and
'phone.   Apply
LOUIS   HILTON,
North End Van Home Ave.
VISIT DR. KELLEYS
GREAT MUSEUM
The Largest Anutomical
Museum iu the Went.
Dr. Kelly—Diseases of Meu. Twenty
years' experience in the treatment of
weakness, nervous troubles or any
contracted ailments. A positive cure
in every ease undertaken. Consultation free and strictly private. Treat
ment personally or bv letter.
DR. KELLEYS MUSEUM
21" Howard St., Spokane, Waih.
ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR
•makes GOOD  bread'
Stock Quotations
:   EDWARD SAILS WITH CZAR
—  - •	
Cowes, Aug. 2 King Edward, nc
eompunlcil by the emperor ol Russia,
Is spending the day crulslnjj on lo
old cutter, Britannia, while ,\i is
wolsky, the Russian minister or for
eign affairs, Count Uockonriorf, thr
Russian ambassador to England and
Sir Edward Cray, the British foreign
socrotary are dlscuHsEnH matters nf
diplomacy aboard thi- admiralty
yacht, Enchantress,
ROHM     THE   PROBPKOTOR—THE
1'IONEEll   PAPER   Ol-'   EAST
KOOTENAY
Bible classes and  Sunday  School
bree.   A hearty invitation given   t
Si    John, An/   :i   Bight Hon. .his
Bryce, British ambassador to the Cn
ited   States   will   he   the   next   speaker
at the Canadian club in this city. He
will probably he   here     within     two
weeks      Tin-     provincial  government
will  extend   hospitality   to   the    am-' ■   ~    -
bussador. | ...Throw away the hammer and boost
Repeat   it   "SblloVfl Cure will   nl-
Ways cure rny coughs nnd cold1'."
An Kiunixlml by
IIKAI.K *  KI.WHI.I,, Cranliroo
k, B.C
April 19th
19110.
Bill
Ank.,1
Aurora i',,iiH(,u,iateil Hmeltera
.25
Cranbrook h'lrr Brink
1,10
Dominion «' .,■                    ,97
».',
Nlndn  (Vol   MIiipb  1,1,1       .04
.041
NlliiHHinn                              111.7ft
ll.2i
Solllran
•OU
it. ti. Amalgumateil Coal .021
.03
11. 0, Copper                 6.50
7.50
Canadian i;,,l,lflrl,lK           .0:1)
.05
I'linniiiiiii Marconi           1,00
1.75
Canadian Nnrtliweat Oil    .10
.20
i',,iiKi,ii,iui,rii Bmoltera    77.00
05.01'
Diamond Coal                    ,57
,11
Diamond Valo Coal           ()'.)
lit
International Coal            .74
,71
McOllllvray t'reck Coal      2.r,
North Star                       .n»j
.12
NiiRRct Clold Mlnee            .110
.70
IMnchiT Creek ml Oo.
1.00
Rambler Cariboo             .11
■HJ
Royal Colllerlea                 .27
2a
Society Ctrl
25
Wmlcm (ill (prof)                 a.-ja
4.00
Western Oil lord.)           1.76
2 511
Veteran War Scrip        525.00
7011.00 p
r«c. i
TIIK  PR08PE10TOR.    CBANBROOK,    B.     C,     SATURDAY,  AUGUST  7.   la
AVe  Have   Secured  The
Agency for
Regal
Shoes
For Men Fall 1909
GREAT
LOCAL   NEWS,
\i'\\  lihns .it the KdlBou tonight.
i    ii   \viis..n     of Spokane whs ul
tiir Cranbrook Sunday last
w. s   Heron ol Dkotoks Bpent Bun
day last in Oranbrook,
1'. S   Idington ol Muyook was     in
town  Monday
M   McHardy ol Okotoka was iu the
city Wednesday.
\h   uutl Mrs   H   Han/, ol Humboldt
were Cranbrook visitors Wodnesday
.1   Uerrard and     w   Clark ol 8po
kani' were in town Wednesday
"   i Use   Enders'
ON SALElSafety Razor
,1 Toronto ft'fts
Wecln
II
Gray "I  Bonner'
iv Tueailtiy
Burns Bros.
The Popular Store       Cranbrook. B. C.
T   i'   Fleming ol Vai
own Hondo)
Repeal   II   "Shlloh's
„,,s   I'ure   my   rongliK
Hi     h   I.   Sawyei  .
. i-;   hopping  iii i ian!
Ferry
ill   i
rotda
Maryxvllli
ok Tueadas
nestto
Mis
i.iiii,,lly   was  iii   Jallrnj   Weil
on [,i,,i,.hs:i.ii.,, buainces
'■,,it \, rlghi
dater Mi-
,i Urestou i>
II    \   HcKo
and  Mm    J    1
a i:.   , 'ranhroc
L,st Saturday
Millet
OF WALL PAPERS
For the next 30 clays I will
ofter for sale my entire stock
of Wall Papers at 25 per cent
discount for cash, consisting' of
Mrs   u   R   Gatl ol Chicngi
i- ,,t     i!■„• CranbrooB  Mon
lendei son ..i  Bull River was In
Monday
. :. m ■ i .•'.,' who »ns
Ison I.isi wee* attending a lum
-:; * meeting,  retnrned t,> ''ran
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English Velours and Tiles
Canadian and American Art
Designs in Stripes, Florals,
X Plain and Embossed
id Mrs   Tbos   Blan
'   m :.   Mi □ lay
ts the Mergantbali
To
RELIABLE
That is the word and opil
:ini we try to
win from all customers
TRY    US   FOR
Watches    Clocks
Jewelry
Graduate Opticians
THE KAWOTH BBOS.
C. P. R, Wntclt Inspector!
CRANBROOK
spent  .1
Uolan.l
ray i>
Frlda:
Miss
am i
Irom
M   Rcgcratl and T   V.
tronto     were guests ;,t
Thursday.
'' iswel   "i  Moose Jaw
lours Monday »itli Mr.
ti-li, who has been at Jul
past week, returned home
Our stock of Papers is the
most artistic in design and
refined in colouring ever shown
in Cranbrook. Come early and
secure choicest patterns
X
| And You Will Wear a Smile That Wont Come OU
X 'I'lic nttm witli tho smiling phiz is the man who corrals the inuzunm !
J I don't ran' ii yun are q railroad president or a traveling salesman.
i don'i care it you are a Presbyterian proacher or a porter.
I doii'l care ii you are playing in the National League or IQpwortti
League ;  you  need  n  smile  in  your  business.
II is  good  tor  what ails you.
The man  with the owl like [ace may get credit  lor being very  wise,
but tu- is mighty lonesome, and when the plum tree is shaken and the
good jobs tall lo the ground, the chances arc that he will not. lind any
thing, Owls ami other solemn visaged creatures are always lonesome, Did
you evei    it a FLOOR of owls?
How many times have you left four cents change in a grimy paw
when yon bought  your ovonlng paper just because the grimy paw bnd     a
(are   OVOr   il    Willi   a   grit)   oil ?
Who picks iii* tho tips in the pie foundry where you eat your midday
lunch 7 Is it the boy with the smile on his face or the lad who hands
\ lougbnnts with a face that looks as   though    ho   was the victim ol
some secret   sorrow ? '
Turn around and look at. your face right now in the mirror. Now
Mnile onco and see the ditlerence !
Il you were to walk into a store which had four clerks at leisure behind its counters, and one ol them wore a smile like the one you Just
*nw   in the mirror,  would you pass  the others anil go to him?
Well, rather! Turn around and look at thnt face again. In looking
al your lace In the glass did the idea ever come to you that every
man. woman and child uses that face of yours to size you up by? Well,
they do It's your sign, Is it a goodone? Have you the surly disposition
it indicates '.' Smile ' vorticle wrinkles in your forehead are putting the
world wlso to you.
The world has no use for a man in whose face the wrinkles turn
DOWN at the ends.
They indicate a (allure in life ; they indicate the man with a grievance , with a disposition to "demand his; rights" and feel that the world
Is Imposing upon him.
The hid with the wrinkles that turn UP at the ends exudes prosperity and buccoss from every pore and  is stamped a winner from top to toe.
The world loves a winner, and next to a winner it loves a loser who
can grin and go at  it agnlli.
The best sign polish for a human  face is a sunny smile.
J. D. McBRIDE
Hardware Cranbrook,  B. C.
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j    PATMORE   BROS
i          Heating   and   Plumbing
X Engineers       ■     .     . .
<e  Ada anil  Mo
'turned     home
l visit   I,,   th	
,1  Hickenboth
last Saturday
1st.
Mr. iinil Mrs. .1 Smtt ol Sourls,
M.m . ivere the guests of Mr. nnd
Mrs.  A   I.   McDermott this week.
Born In Cranbrook, August 2nd.
1909, to Mr. nnd Mrs. !•'. Williams, a
haby girl.
Horn In Crnnhrook, on Tttesdny,
August 3rd, I'.ui'.l. tn Mr. and Mrs.
.1. Itulih, ii Hon.
A regular meeting ,i( .Selkirk I'rc-
ceptory was held in the Masonic
Temple Monday evening.
I Mrs. S. Watson ol Sirdar spent a
few (lays this week with Mrs. H. B.
Connolly.
|B. H. SHORT |
X     Armstrong Avenue Phone in     X
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Armstrong Avenue Phone in
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OUR AIM -Is to siv tho comfort-seeker the fullest sense
of t'omforl wiili llie least sense of apparatus the most satisfying rt'siilis iii the lonst expense of fuel am) of labor, with
freedom from repairs, and a durability equal to tho life of the
buildings    in    which    the    hoatlng systems nre  Installed.
T Out' Systems uf   Beating meet, those  requirements exactly.
X They are the efneiont, silent, reliable servant of the house owner
X an adjuiiel which does more for the eheer and health fulness of
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and .1. I,. Newyurd and wife of Grafton, N. Dakota. were registered at
th,' Crnnhrook Monday.
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BELL PIANOS
I IT       "M    I Jilt \     l)\
The Monteiius Piano House
Limited
439 - 441   Hastings Street,
Vancouver,   BC.
Branch Stoi
George  W-*
•TIVE   CATALOGUE,
iphine Street, Nelson, B.C
:;   Agent, Cranbrook. B.C.
H.    H.    STANTON.
Manager   for   all    Eastern    B.C.
Business.
A. C, Hickman, A. T. Truesdale,
■>   anil Mrs. J.  E. Truesdale of Mtnnea-
y  polls  were  guests at the Crnnhrook
♦   Wednesday.
The city bund gave the usual concert on Monday evening. A good program of music was heard by the big
crowd present.
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4 : titer is quite satisfactory.     Thanks.
♦   we'd like the rest of the month serv-
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Phone  56
THE Qu
cii up in the same way.
K. M. young of Brandon, T. H.
Sehofield of N'nnnimo ami D. J. Hun-
ti'i o( Toronto, were registered at
1 la- f'mnbrook Wednesday.
Messrs H and C. B. D. Gurrett
leave today foi Edmonton tn play
foi the championships lor this year.
which will be held from the ifuh to
the 1Ith inst.
W S, Webster of Seattle, J. Cope
land of Spoknne, ami Wm. McKcnzle
of High River,  were ul  tin- Royal on
. C Mucdonaltl uf Vuncouver, W.
M lod of Toronto, .1 13. Dell of
nkanc, and I*' J. Hunis uf Mouse
v. were guests at the Cranbrook
'ilni'sday
\ *peeinl train conveyed a large
mhei of excursionists tn Mull River
lis -in Monday the party spent
erul hours at Cranbrook Tuesday,
. 'ii.* for Seattle about eleven a,m.
■;.,- romance ol an old Mill at the
[son thoatre tonight is without
uht one of the prettiest scones ovor
ed on n    moving picture Him.
T prnduced on a     moving picture film
-^£2       * Don'l full to see it
.    srr*\/      C* 1 I 'IV*-^      J Mi   .mil .Mi>   A   B   Macdonald and
\llll       *~*                      —     ♦ the Misses Nellie and Winnie, of Ro
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nftei      holidaying at the
PEACE nnd CONTENTMEN1
in the homo if \»u use only
Gold Standard
leas and Coffees X
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.■Is! ted
ilontlay
Tl
will surclv reign
ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR
Makes Best Bread
CAMPBELLS MANNING :
Staple and Fancy Grocers
ok evangelical Mission
tho North Htar eamp
light and held service
The band hopes to visit, in tho ix'ur vieinlty
lorvicen are appreciated by the mon, many ol whom do
iioi get Into town on Sunday, The
united church cm have the arrange
tni'iii in hand nnd a plan has been
prcpnrod covering tho work for    die
The young ladles' Pbllathoa Bible
cinii iponl a ploasanl nodal evening
on Tuesday at the residence ol Rev.
ami Mm, ChnrlCH W. King. It was tho
oceni ion nf tholl semi annual btlflln
ess cotlng All the old nfflcors were
re-nlcctod for three months, tho next
nppolntmenl tn be in October for six
i months. In tho absence of Mlsfl ('tan
[flail, their loader, who is visiting lu
the Maritime provinces, Mrs. Taylor
[presided nt the business part of the
even Ing,
It. M.  Wundall of Wycliffe, wnB   in.    J. J. Porter of Calgary, V. J. Dod-
the city Thursday. gins of Winniqeg, G. A. Alexander of
-—- 'Portland, Ore.,  Cbas.  Quln uf Arm-
J. Cook of Creston and T. Borth- j strong, and E. Marks of Lethbridge
wick of Calgary, were io town Krl-1 were guests ftt the Cranbrook on
day. Thursday.
Mr. and  Mrs.  P.  J.  McMahon     of! .	
Spokane,   were     Crnnhrook   visitors',
Friday.
R. li. Bobart of Wardner, who has
been at Seattle taking in the big
fair, returned home Monday. He reports having a very pleasant time.
A meeting of the Young Mens' Conservative association was held in
Mlghton's Hall on Friday evening
There was a very large attendance.
Wm. West, who has been engaged
in prospecting in the far north, In
the vicinity of Baskervllle returned
to Cranbrook Thursday.
John Leask, who was In the LaU
dean district looking over a mining
property in which he is interested,
returned  to Crnnhrook Monday.
THE TARIFF QUESTION has been
threshed out by Parliament. We ar
gae in favor of the protection of
your house by good paint, honestly
applied by skilled workmen, costs a
little more than the CHEAP kind
slapped on by "tramp pninters" who
size up the situation and judge by
existing conditions if you nre waiting
for Cheap John Paint nnd Painting
We expect to remain in business nnd
cannot afford to use anything but
the best material or employ other
Lhaii skilled workmen nnd when we
dn work we do it right-not cheap.
It. H. Short.
TO RENT.
i in Cranbrook street, near Hyde
street, n two room cottage partially
furnished.   Apply on the premises.
i • •♦ • • •? > «
i  • "ivS; i-®Kit'^,^>^A
STEWART'S
The Loading Fruit Store.
OKtiN'ocAN
I'ttfciSHUVINCI   0HHKII1KS
rllKsTo.N   HASP  EKRIRS
TOMATOES, CUOUMBKtlH
HAItTI.KTT I'KAHS
APPLES
IIAZKI.Woul) ICECREAM,
HTEWAltrS KINK
CHOCOLATES
HUGH
m iii ,i i diii: i\\
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;'1V^ART   I
Phono Ml    <*)■
*■ i1 *''ji^'f.
CROUP
, Ht'i|l|Hlll III 20 mlruiiM
I t iii )■ wltli Mi, H1i«x>|i'h
Ornilp    Hdii.tly,   Ohm
toil will unruly prove.
Nn  \iuiiilirig.  Do ill;-
A *Brt unit i.iii. iiiK' vni|, :n*\ urma/ii.ti,
Are You
Prepared for
The Winter?
Just think of last winter and bow
cold it was. This year may be worse
and yet last year you vowed you
would never live in the house another winter without
Hot Water or
Steam Heat
You must get busy. This is tho
only reliable and completely satisfactory form of beating in these
days and when all points arc considered it is found to be the cheapest system in the long run.
We Have Been
Awarded the
Contract by
Messrs I'ciise, Wiililoit & Co, Heat
Ing Contractors, ol Toronto, unci
WiiniipfK lor the Heating and Ventilating ol tlic new Public School. This
Unit's Iteuting systems nre considered
by nil experts to be the most sfttls-
lactory In use throughout Canada,
We handle their systems exclusively.
Our Steamfitter
(Mr. A. V. Barrett)
is a mechanic with the widest experience in this particular style of work
and carries high cIuhs recommendations from the leading heating firms
of Canada.
We Shall Commence Work
at the School House and at vaiinus
city residences in the course of a few
days and we solicit, your enquiries
right away should ynti require a system installed by our
Mechanics
the best.
iu Western Canadn
and
Guaranteed
by both    the     makers of the system
MGCaiium & co.
The Hardware Men
NATURES FERTILIZER |
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To set the best results from
your fruit trees you must put
nourishment into the ground.
I
Try Our
Dried Blood Fertilizer
Blood and Bone Mixture
Tankage.
P. BURNS & CO.
P. O. Box 3.     *
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urn sure iluii  if you try Ihem onco yor, will agree
wholosomo sinoltod moats you have ovor ontou.
; P. Woods & Co.
PHONE 57
P.O. BOX 154
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PHOTOGRAPHER   AND
PICTURE - FRAMER
STAIRS NEXT TO ARNOLD & ROBERTS
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CARPENTER   AND
UNDERTAKING
BUILDER
Culls Promptly Attended
roNTllAllTFl SOLICITED,
HOUSES
For   Hnlc itr Hint nt. KcaRonal)l«
DAY PHONE   No, 0
NIGHT PHONE No. 280
R. H. DWYER.
Office& Workshop—Lewis St.
Shone No. !ik.
Punoral   Director   and   Em-
bnlmor,  in charge,

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